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Entries by Art Brodsky from 03/2011

Corporate Welfare for the Few Drives Net Neutrality Opposition

| Posted 03.03.2011 | Technology

The Republican agenda, whether carried out in Washington, D.C., or in Madison, Wisconsin, has nothing to do with market failures and everything to do with simple, good old-fashioned corporate welfare -- but only for the right corporations, of course.

Web Startups Want An Open Internet -- House Republicans Don't

| Posted 03.14.2011 | Technology

In approving the resolution to nullify the FCC's open Internet rules, Republican members in the House show that they don't care if big companies impose unfavorable conditions on start-ups and entrepreneurs.

AT&T Celebrates Broadband Plan by Buying Out Competition

| Posted 03.20.2011 | Technology

High-speed Internet access is still a market with little competition, and there is nothing in the National Broadband Plan to address that crucial fact.

How AT&T Figures It Will Dominate the Wireless Airwaves

| Posted 03.26.2011 | Technology

There's only one thing that could stop this deal -- a strong dose of reality, and AT&T isn't counting on that particular intervention.