Posts Tagged ‘David Farber’

Economists Say Network Neutrality Regulation Would Harm Consumers

Broadband Updates, Broadband's Impact, FCC, Net Neutrality April 12th, 2010

WASHINGTON, April 12, 2010 – A group of well-known economists has determined that the Federal Communications Commission’s proposed network neutrality regulations would harm consumer welfare.

Not Everyone is Neutral on Neutrality

Broadband Updates, Net Neutrality September 28th, 2009

The Federal Communication Commission’s proposed net neutrality rules could hamper innovation on the Web, said David Farber, as guest on a panel held Friday at the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation. Farber is a professor of computer science and policy at Carnegie Mellon University and a former chief technology officer for the FCC.

AT&T Lobbyist Says Telecom Company to Alter High-Speed Advertising

Broadband Data July 23rd, 2008

July 22 – A senior AT&T lobbyist said that his company would alter the way that it advertises its high-speed internet tiers, and hinted that the telecommunication giant would soon move to usage-based billing.

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