Comments to the FCC Urging Test Migrations from PSTN to IP-based Networks
IPI urges the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to do its part to speed the transition from the legacy PSTN to IP-based networks by allowing test migrations in specific geographic areas, and by reforming several other archaic regulations.
Comments Regarding New Zealand Plain Packaging Regulation
IPI reminds New Zealand that its proposed plain packaging regulation for tobacco products violates existing WTO rules and the Paris Convention, reflects an incomplete understanding of the value and importance of trademarks, sets a harmful precedent which could be extended to other types of products, and will inevitably lead to an increase in counterfeit products.
Comments submitted by the Communications and Technology Task Force of the American Legislative Exchange Council
These comments are submitted by the chairmen of the American Legislative Exchange Council’s Communications and Technology Task Force (Task Force) in response to the request for comments by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) about which consumer data privacy issues should be the focus of NTIA-convened multistakeholder processes, and specific procedural considerations that NTIA should take into account when initiating a privacy multistakeholder process.
Comments to the FCC Regarding Cross Ownership Ban
Comments to the FCC Regarding ATT&T and T-Mobile Merger
Comments to the FCC Regarding Retransmission
Comments to the FCC Regarding the Proposed Transfer of Licenses from NBCU to Comcast
The assigning and transferring of licenses made necessary to facilitate the purchase of NBC Universal by Comcast should be permitted to proceed without attaching any special policy conditions or policy requirements. The merger is a logical consequence of the convergence of the media and communications industries, and it should be permitted to succeed or fail based on the response of consumers in the marketplace. Because merger conditions can become precedent, policy should be made through a deliberative policy process involving all participants in the marketplace and not through the exceptional circumstances and vulnerability of a merger review process.
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