Four signs America's broadband policy is failing

Ars: In 2008, I wrote a paper for the Cato Institute questioning the need for network neutrality regulations; I argued that the Internet's decentralized architecture made it inherently resistant to mischief by broadband incumbents. While I'm still skeptical about the wisdom of network neutrality regulations, I've become more concerned about the state of the broadband market in the four years since writing that paper. In a March article for National Affairs, I made a case for regulatory action to prevent further consolidation of the largest broadband firms.

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