The Dynamic Internet: How Technology, Users, and Businesses are Changing the Network offers a comprehensive history of the Internet and efforts to regulate its use. University of Pennsylvania law professor Christopher S. Yoo contends that rather than engaging in prescriptive regulatory oversight, the government should promote competition in other ways, such as reducing costs for consumers, lowering entry barriers for new producers, and increasing transparency. These reforms would benefit consumers while permitting the industry to develop new solutions for emerging problems. It is fruitless for government to attempt to lock the burgeoning online industry into any particular architecture; rather, policymakers should act with the knowledge that no one actor can foresee how the network is likely to evolve in the future.In other words, cable modem and wireless broadband are subject to local congestion problems to which telephone-based technologies are immune. This problem is exacerbated in the case of wireless broadband by another consideration: Inanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Dynamic Internet|
|Publisher||:||AEI Press - 2012-09-16|