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FCC to Attempt “Reasonable” Net Neutrality

May 1, 2014
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After twice being told by the courts that it does not have the authority to regulate the Internet, the FCC is trying to implement net neutrality again, with a new set of “reasonable open access” rules. It remains to be seen whether these new rules survive legal challenge, and whether they will do more harm…

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Carrier Grade Cloud Providers – The Benefits/Issues

March 14, 2011
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In July 2009 I wrote an article entitled Cloud Computing Providers — are they content providers or carriers? and in January of 2011 Chuck Hollis wrote an article Verizon To Acquire Terremark -- You Shouldn't Be Surprised. Now with the Terremark acquisition almost complete and RSA Conference 2011 also over, at which I talked to…

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