NetCompetition.org: America's Unique Internet Success

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Scott Cleland, Chairman of NetCompetition.org and one of the nation's foremost techcom analysts, comments on the history and development of the Internet in America.

I wrote this commentary because I was sick and tired of

In the view of the series of net regulation hearings by the House Telecom Subcommittee and the Conservative Political Action Conference, both of which started yesterday, Scott Cleland, Chairman of NetCompetition.org, provides a detailed commentary on the America's Internet success.

"The purpose of this commentary is to challenge head on Congressional Democrats' attempt to revise Internet history for political purposes and manufacture a "broadband crisis" where none exists," says Scott Cleland.

According to Cleland, it is very simple for net regulation proponents to succeed -- all they need to do is create "the perception" that the Internet is somehow in danger.

"I wrote this commentary because I was sick and tired of "America's Unique Internet Success" being trashed as a "failure" for political purposes," added Scott Cleland.

You can catch Scott Cleland this weekend at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he will be speaking on the Internet panel Saturday morning.

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the Washington Times "America's Unique Internet Success"

About Scott Cleland

Scott Cleland is one of nation's foremost techcom analysts and experts at the nexus of capital markets, public policy and techcom industry change. He is widely respected in industry, government, media and capital markets as a forward thinker, free market proponent, and leading authority on the future of communications. For more information, visit: http://netcompetition.org/docs/about/#chairman

About NETCompetition.org

NETCompetition.org is an e-forum created to promote a rigorous debate on the merits of net neutrality legislation and regulation. NETCompetition.org is funded by a wide range of broadband telecom, cable, and wireless companies who believe the best way to guard a free and independent Internet is free and open competition, not more government control of the Internet. To learn more about NETCompetition.org and network neutrality, visit: http://www.netcompetition.org.

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