QoS and Net Neutrality

(Originally posted at Opinion Junction) Our attempt should never be about shaping specific market outcomes, instead we should constantly endeavour to enable entrepreneurial experimentation. Takshashila has submitted an interesting policy prescription, it explains an approach to the question of differential pricing for data services. Addresses several good points, including a recommendation for telecom licensing reform … Continue reading “QoS and Net Neutrality”

Net Neutrality in One Post

(Content was first posted on opinion junction) Costly complex regulations only create huge barriers to market entry. Such interventions always tend to evolve in a direction benefiting large corporations and corrupt public officials. A wise Spanish classical liberal once stated that all modern democracies are prone to mass moral upheavals where novel rights are defined. One such … Continue reading “Net Neutrality in One Post”