A call for a radical new communications policy

posted by
February 2, 2012
Heartland Institute
by Randolph J. May  
Posted in Commentary

"When Congress passed the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the most significant change to the Communications Act since its adoption in 1934, many people thought the new statute meant there would be a meaningful deregulatory shift in communications policymaking in light of the then-developing marketplace competition. Unfortunately, there has been no such paradigm shift -- which means there is still much work to do to reform our nation’s communications laws and policies." (02/02/12)


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