New Report Proposes "Third Way" on Network Neutrality
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Information Technology and Innovation Foundation today proposed a “third way” solution to the heated debate over net neutrality.
Over the last several months, the debate over “network neutrality” has become increasingly polarized with both sides predicting the “end of the Internet” if Congress adopts the other side’s position. In a new report, ITIF President Rob Atkinson and University of Colorado Associate Professor of Law and Telecommunications Phil Weiser argue that the current state of the network neutrality debate denies the reasonable concerns articulated by each side and obscures the contours of a sensible solution. In the new ITIF report, they outline those reasonable concerns, as well as the claims made