In “Net Neutrality Phase II: The Battle of 2009,” Sidecut Reports examines the current state of the network neutrality debate, and the legislative, regulatory and public-relations battles that are expected to surface or continue throughout the next calendar year. Starting with the FCC’s recent order punishing Comcast for its blocking of peer-to-peer applications, our report examines all technical and political parts of the debate, and how proponents and their opponents will position themselves following the November elections.
Prepared in an easy-to-read style with deep background material for those who want to get quickly up to speed on the history and significance of network neutrality, the 34-page report provides the most up-to-date look at the issue available. Order your report now!
In the new report you will learn:
– Why the FCC’s recent Comcast order isn’t much more than a starting point for the “next phase” of the net neutrality debate
– Why some close observers put the odds of Congress passing some kind of net neutrality legislation “better than even” in 2009, especially if Barack Obama wins the Presidential election
– What the big telcos, AT&T and Verizon, are planning to do and say to prevent passage of any new net neutrality legislation
– How Google and consumer groups Free Press and Public Knowledge are teaming up to educate the public and regulators on why they think there is a need for baseline net neutrality rules
– How any and all outcomes might affect the investment outlook for companies from startups to large service providers
– Why the debate is getting less rhetorical and moving toward more collaboration between opposing sides
The report also contains a network neutrality historical timeline, as well as Sidecut Reports’ ranking of the “top ten” individuals influencing the network neutrality debate.
Cost: $299.95 USD
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