August 11, 2020

“Competitive carriers also shouldn’t be forced into a Hobson’s choice of having to accept the scarlet letter of the outdated ‘common carrier’ classification of the old telephone monopolies of the 1930s,” writes Jeffrey Mazzella, president of the Center for Individual Freedom. “Those anachronisms only open up a wide range of other regulatory burdens and obligations on companies, instead of enabling them to focus on the imperative to get more people connected.”