To Help Keep The Tech Bull Running, FCC Must Forbear

Law360 (September 26, 2018, 12:56 PM EDT) -- For those of age back in 1996, many of us were doing the Macarena, quoting Jerry Maguire and tuning into a new sitcom called "Everybody Loves Raymond" — all while spending a whopping 30 minutes a month on this new thing called the internet.

Hotmail launched in July of that year. The only businesses worried about Amazon were bookstores. And, innovations from instant messaging to iPhones had yet to arrive. It's no wonder the 1996 Telecommunications Act states the word "internet" a mere 11 times. Yet 22 years later, this relative footnote in the 128-page law that still governs U.S. innovation...

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