June 25, 2015 — Not much happening on the Net Neutrality front except that the TIA again, “Vows to Continue Challenging FCC’s Net Neutrality Regime.” I’m on record with this so I am not going to keep repeating myself the way the TIA does.
But on another note, and one reason I am pretty much on the pro-regulation side when it comes to the wireless biz is because of the continuous nefarious activities, mainly by carriers. To wit, AT&T gets fined for lying about data ceilings. And they got caught. The FCC is going to fine AT&T Mobility $100 million for misleading customers about its unlimited data plan offering.
And one wonders why these guys can’t be trusted. It isn’t net neutrality, but it is hard to argue against regulation of Internet, the way they continue to act.