The vote to scuttle the open internet rules is an invitation to congress: regulate. While there will be litigation over the FCC’s disregard for public comment, including potential violations of the Administrative Procedures Act, it is clear that leaving the rules up to the FCC is insufficient. Expect that the battle lines will be drawn… Continue reading Invitation to Regulate
Some thoughts on EME in Firefox and the FCC’s now-proposed rules for regulating ISPs.
Not about network neutrality as much as the need to grow the Internet regardless.
Diffserv is a traffic classification scheme. Can it coexist with network neutrality? Not unless the data services industry commits to public audits.
The bottom line is this: no institution shall rule the internet. If the internet remains useful at all, it remains open. If they want to destroy it, they can, but they cannot rule it. Ruling it would destroy it, and it would take all of their gold with it.