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Mobile Voice and Broadband Regulatory Parity: What’s Good for the Goose Isn’t Good for the Gander

This week we are continuing our series of blog posts identifying the array of legal, factual, and historical leaps that the FCC had to make in order to impose 1930’s-style common carrier regulation on what has been – until now – the vibrant competitive wireless broadband marketplace of the 21st ...

Brightstar: mHealth Challenges and Opportunities

From changing how products are distributed and managed to creating new best practices within the health care industry, Brightstar’s Senior Vice President of Distribution Services Steve Barker talks about the challenges and opportunities for mHealth.

CTIA Statement on the Broadband Opportunity Council

Following President Obama's announcement of the Broadband Opportunity Council, I said: 

“Today, President Obama acknowledged that 98 percent of Americans have access to 4G/LTE service, further confirmation that Americans benefit from a dynamically competitive wireless industry that continuously provides consumers with faster network speeds, more coverage and more capacity. We fully support ...

Open Internet Order: A Harmful Decision Curing No Harms

In our posts earlier this week on wireless competition, switching costs and consumer-friendly mobile services, we explained how the Open Internet Order places the FCC far from its historic role as a data-driven expert agency engaged in fact-based decision making.

Today, we show how that same pattern holds ...

Open Internet Order: “Mother, May I Innovate?”

This week we have been documenting the disconnect between the FCC’s Open Internet Order and the real world where consumers are enjoying the benefits of vigorous competition, including the ability to switch between wireless carriers seamlessly, easily and cheaply.

Today, we focus on the innovation-stifling quagmire of ...

Trial Fusion: Adopting Connected Health

Once a company has a connected health product validated by a third party organization, Trial Fusion’s Chief Commercialization Officer Dan March explains how to encourage health insurance companies to adopt these products.

CTIA Statement After the CSRIC Working Group IV’s Released Its Cybersecurity Report

After the Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council (CSRIC) released its report on cybersecurity, I said:

“CTIA and its members were key participants in this group that worked with others across the telecom and tech sectors to meet the challenge posed by the Presidential Executive Order and the FCC. Today’s report offers ...

Open Internet Order: Switching Realities

Yesterday, we addressed the FCC’s regrettable decision to ignore mobile broadband competition in its Net Neutrality Order. Central to the FCC’s argument discounting competition is that switching costs are too high. This is simply untrue for mobile consumers today.

Even a cursory review of the data – including the FCC’s ...

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