Bureaucracy's Paradox: When Fewer Regulations Mean Less Freedom

June 1, 2016

It’s backward enough that FCC is regulating tomorrow’s Internet as yesterday’s common carrier utility. Companies will be degraded and reduced to checking with FCC first before conducting business. Note that, if it stands, no laws need be passed by Congress, and no further APA-compliant rules need be issued by the agency to control the future of the sector. Despite assurance to the contrary by FCC, this regime will eventually encompass the content and app sectors.

Read more at: http://www.forbes.com/sites/waynecrews/2016/06/01/bureaucracys-paradox-when-fewer-regulations-mean-less-freedom/#59d9926f62f5


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