The Moon Griffin Show

">http://raptorcommandmusic.com/?s="> Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on February 27, 2018.

orlistat 120 mg price in india Fred Campbell talked about net neutrality on the Moon Griffin Show. The audio is available HERE.




NTIA Sees Relocation of 1.3 GHz Band as Key Spectrum Focus

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on February 26, 2018.

“Former FCC Wireless Bureau Chief Fred Campbell called the band ‘a good candidate for meeting the Spectrum Pipeline Act’s requirements.'”




The Morning Briefing

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on February 22, 2018.

Fred Campbell talked about net neutrality on The Morning Briefing with Tim Farley on SiriusXM Satellite Radio.




Fred Campbell, The anti-Internet Freedom crowd is at it again

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on February 7, 2018.

Fred Campbell talked about net neutrality on The Steve Gruber Show. The audio is available HERE.




Net Neutrality Effort Counting On Republican Passivity

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 29, 2018.

Fred Campbell published an article on Forbes discussing the Democratic effort to pass a net neutrality CRA. The complete article is available HERE.




AT&T Issues Call for Internet Bill of Rights

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 24, 2018.

“Tech Knowledge Director Fred Campbell said, ‘Tech Knowledge supports a legislative approach to net neutrality that embraces broader principles of internet governance based on traditional consumer protections, including online privacy, that apply equally to all similarly-situated internet companies.'”




AT&T’s Stephenson: Consumers Need Internet Bill of Rights

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 24, 2018.

“Responding to the open letter, Fred Campbell, director of Tech Knowledge, said: ‘Tech Knowledge supports a legislative approach to net neutrality that embraces broader principles of internet governance based on traditional consumer protections, including online privacy, that apply equally to all similarly-situated internet companies. Unfortunately, those in Congress who continue to insist on strict regulation of ISPs that exempt so-called edge providers are ignoring serious consumer concerns about privacy and the growing monopoly power of tech giants in Silicon Valley to control online content. An approach to internet regulation grounded in traditional consumer protection and constitutional limits would transcend today’s artificially restrictive and anticompetitive version of the net neutrality debate while remaining true to free market principles that drive innovation and investment.'”




AT&T wants Congress to draft a net neutrality law. Here’s why that’s a big deal.

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 24, 2018.

“Others argued that policymakers have overlooked the tech industry’s dominance for far too long.

‘Those in Congress who continue to insist on strict regulation of ISPs . . . are ignoring serious consumer concerns about privacy and the growing monopoly power of tech giants in Silicon Valley to control online content,’ said Fred Campbell, the director of Tech Knowledge, a market-oriented think tank.”




After Loss of ‘Net Neutrality,’ Districts Weigh How to Protect Themselves

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 9, 2018.

“Fred Campbell, the director of Tech Knowledge, a free-market think tank and a supporter of Pai’s policy, said he saw no harm in COSN’s advice to districts. But he also does not believe that internet service providers are about to change their practices in ways that will undermine schools. Districts are ‘enterprise customers,’ and internet service providers have an incentive to make them happy.

‘I’d be very surprised if it is ever necessary,’ Campbell said of the COSN document. ‘I see very little to be gained [for those companies] in blocking that content.'”




2018 Outlook: 5G to offset operator CapEx growth boosted by broadband reg revamp

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 9, 2018.

“‘I wouldn’t expect major changes by 2018,’ Fred Campbell, a former Republican FCC aide and the current director of the free market think tank Tech Knowledge, said in an interview, explaining that he believes ‘the biggest forward-looking investment that’s going to occur in the industry over the next decade is 5G.'”




High Court Should Throw Out FCC 2015 Net Neutrality Order as Unconstrained, Berninger Says

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 9, 2018.

“‘It’s possible the Supreme Court could decide to take up the issue,’ emailed Tech Knowledge Director Fred Campbell. ‘Given the decade-long back and forth between the FCC and the D.C. Circuit, Supreme Court guidance on the First Amendment issue would provide helpful clarification.'”




800 MHz Rebanding Takes Much Longer Than Expected; Sprint Says It’s Nearly Over

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 4, 2018.

“The procedures the FCC established were ‘relatively unique,’ said Fred Campbell, Tech Knowledge director. ‘The 800 MHz experience does highlight factors that can make it harder to repurpose shared spectrum generally,’ Campbell said. ‘Large numbers of different licensees in a band tends to increase transaction costs, as does the presence of noncommercial licensees and other users who lack market incentives. These same factors have implications for other sharing arrangements, including unlicensed and lightly licensed.'”




Quantum Computing, Is Simulation Before Teleportation Safe?

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on January 2, 2018.

“Because of these fragilities, complexities and uncertainties, Forbes contributor Fred Campbell has suggested that current quantum software offerings from firms like Microsoft are mere vaporware.”




In 2017, the FCC made life easier for your internet provider

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 29, 2017.

“‘The idea that he’s pro-ISP has been manufactured by big tech companies who benefited from government favoritism during the Obama era and now see it coming to an end,’ said Fred Campbell, director of the group Tech Knowledge and a former chief of the FCC’s Wireless Bureau under Republican Kevin Martin.”




Net Neutrality Litigants Seen Facing Difficult Decisions on Possible Stay Bid, Venue Choice

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 28, 2017.

“Tech Knowledge Director Fred Campbell called it ‘very unlikely’ a stay motion would succeed, given the Supreme Court’s Brand X and Chevron precedents, which recognized FCC authority to classify broadband as a lightly regulated Title I information service and defer to reasonable agency decisions on ambiguous statutes.”




KirbyCast Dec.14–11am hour

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 14, 2017.

Fred Campbell talked about net neutrality on KVI Talk Radio.




Fred Campbell: What is the big deal about Net Neutrality

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 12, 2017.

Fred Campbell, director of Tech Knowledge, discusses hate speech and threats directed at FCC chairman Ajit Pai by net neutrality activists.




Fred Campbell Discuses Net Neutrality

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 12, 2017.

Tech Knowledge director, Fred Campbell, discussed net neutrality on the Scott Sands show.




The Schilling Show 12/6/17 Hour 1: Jeremy Dys, Fred Campbell

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 6, 2017.

Fred Campbell, director of Tech Knowledge, discussed net neutrality on the Schilling Show.




Draft Twilight Tower Plan Could Get Preservation Interests’ Backing

Originally published in [types field="news-item-source"][/types]  on December 4, 2017.

“The FCC proposal likely won’t get strong pushback, said Tech Knowledge Director and former Wireless Bureau Chief Fred Campbell. ‘This is a cleanup item,’ largely extending the existing process to towers that had been skipped over, Campbell said.”





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