I couldn't agree with Mark Butler's comment more. He is dead on..
The way I see it, the pretense the broadband access isn't a "telecommunications service" isn't a remotely credible interpretation of the law. I think Justice Scalia had something to say about that in his dissent in Brand X. But if Title II is such a bad idea, wouldn't it be much more effective then to ask Congress to repeal Title II completely? If Title II is a disaster for broadband access, surely it is also a disaster for every other service it encompasses. If Title II stifles investment in broadband access, surely it is also stifling investment in traditional telecommunications. Why the difference?
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