“Everything is amazing right now and nobody’s happy.” Few things are truer than that we, as humans, fail to appreciate the present moment. Regardless of how bad the “good ole days” were factually, we hang on to the notion that simpler technology equates to simpler needs, simpler problems, and simpler living. While being lost in … Continue reading
Author Archives: Joshua R. H. Parsons
The Tragedy of the Common Carriers
One cannot discuss Net neutrality these days without stumbling across the centuries-old legal concept of “common carriage.” As with all antediluvian models of the world, time invites decline and eventual replacement. And So The World Begins Common carriage is a rather deceptively simple idea: a service provided by a private company to any market participant … Continue reading
Net Neutrality: Why the FCC Should Vacate the Premises
When it comes to current Net neutrality issues, the public debate swings predominantly between two different regulatory strategies (known as, Title II and Section 706), both to be administered by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Yet, as much as we concern ourselves with better definitions and the right regulations, we should be more concerned with … Continue reading
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