Last night the US regulator FCC announced that they were carving out exceptions to Net Neutrality rulings for “fast lanes” that ISPs could charge to OSPs. Only in La La Land can this still be called Neutrality. I’ll write about
For a number of weeks I've been itching to write a piece on the revival of the so-called Net Neutrality proceedings by the US FCC. I stalled because I wanted to read Chairman Genachowski's remarks on preserving Internet Freedom and
As you probably know by now, I was participating this past Thursday to a panel at the Federal Communications Commission in Washington DC entitled Future Fiber Architectures and Local Deployment Choices. The panel was set up and organised by
I'm (finally) back from DC. Sorry for the radio silence, but as long as they don't offer wifi on transatlantic flights my capacity to blog when doing short business trips such as this one will remain limited.
Expect some postings
David Isenberg announced on his blog late last week that he was joining the FCC for a short period until the National Broadband Plan is put in shape. If you don't know who David Isenberg is, you could do worse