MikeP688 6/28/2015 | 11:58:14 AM
Re: Litigation costs (Brief Thoughts..) The battle will ensue...although I was on the FCC Website recently and for now, they need to apparently continue to live with it as the litigation ensues...and briefly read through AT&T's "opening salvo" not so long ago which I wanted to note here for the Community: 



Never a dull moment..that' for certain....

kaikun 3/17/2015 | 12:34:21 AM
Re: Litigation costs... Great post. Thank you for sharing this important information. Very useful with me. Thank again.
mhhf1ve 3/11/2015 | 7:17:09 PM
Litigation costs... The 300+ pages will be interesting to read, actually... I wonder if it will just add fuel to the fire or if there is anything in those hundreds of pages that might obviate some litigation. It would be genius if pages were specifically geared towards heading off litigation. Then all this noise will be for nothing, and ISPs can resume their real business of delivering bits and stop worrying about protecting their natural monopoly from regulations that they're already well accustomed to since 1934.
fastpc2 3/11/2015 | 3:24:48 PM
AT&T, Verizon CFOs Predict Title II Litigation LOOKS like Verizon & ATT are denile about the FCC's recent decision to classify US fixed and mobile broadband as telecom services under Title II of the Communications Act. what they should be worried about is WHY the market seem to be PRICE fixed, why comcast will not go into charter markets ETC.. ETC.. their seems to be no competition rather a Racketeering colabertive and why hasn't the FCC gone in and started to investigate and charge these ISP's with this yet??
MordyK 3/11/2015 | 3:19:53 PM
Re: from bad to worse? My favorite part was their sudden concern for the costs to the taxpayer, but when the taxpayer funds go to them they never say "no thanks, return it to the taxpayer".
sarahthomas1011 3/11/2015 | 2:27:28 PM
from bad to worse? It's fairly easy to predict litigation if you're the one who is going to be bringing the suit! I wonder if it'll really make a difference what those 317 pages say -- it certainly could make it worse, but I can't imagine it will make the operators any more comfortable with the regulation. It's more about the potential of thwarting their business at this point.