Lift Pricing Caps In Charter-Time Warner Deal, FCC Urged

Law360 (July 22, 2020, 9:27 PM EDT) -- A free-market think tank urged the Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday to lift restrictions on usage pricing and remove interconnection requirements the agency imposed on its approval of Charter's merger with Time Warner, arguing the stipulations are outdated.

The Free State Foundation submitted its views as part of public comments the FCC solicited on Charter Communications Inc.'s bid to terminate the agency's terms on usage-based pricing and IP network interconnection agreements. FSF said the market for online video distribution, or OVD, services is competitive and the harms the commission speculated might occur have never materialized, so it should end those conditions....

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