CTIA-The Wireless Association Statement on Representative Eshoo’s 4G Disclosure Legislation

**UPDATE: 6/30 – Here’s a blog post from The Free State Foundation that explains more about why this proposed additional regulation is unnecessary.**

In response to U.S. Representative Anna Eshoo’s 4G disclosure legislation, I released the following statement:

“We are concerned that the bill proposes to add a new layer of regulation to a new and exciting set of services, while ignoring the fact that wireless is an inherently complex and dynamic environment in which network speeds can vary depending on a wide variety of factors. Congress should resist calls to impose new regulations and instead focus on the real issue, which is making sure that America’s wireless carriers have sufficient spectrum to lead the world in the race to deploy 4G services.”

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  1. avatar Michael Marcus