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 Mar 19, 2008 - 11:57 AM - by Michael
* Comcast Blusters

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The FCC action against Comcast runs up against Comcrap blustering claiming the FCC can't really do anything:

Comcast vice president David L. Cohen's latest filing with the Commission claims that regulators can do nothing even if they conclude that Comcast's behavior runs afoul of the FCC's Internet neutrality guidelines.
"The congressional policy and agency practice of relying on the marketplace instead of regulation to maximize consumer welfare has been proven by experience (including the Comcast customer experience) to be enormously successful," concludes Cohen's thinly-veiled warning to the FCC, filed on March 11. "Bearing these facts in mind should obviate the need for the Commission to test its legal authority."
I support movement to have Comcrap dismantled, ASAP.
 

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