FCC rules to enforce net neutrality and the ECB rules to cut off Greek collateral
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler’s suggestion to lump wireless networks in with wired-broadband was arguably the biggest shock from his proposal. Erin weighs in. Evan Engstrom, policy director of Engine, tells us why the FCC is now proposing the internet be regulated as a public utility and gives us his take on why Sprint came out in support of net neutrality after originally opposing it. Marshall Auerback from the Institute for New Economic Thinking gives his take on how significant the ECB’s doing quantitative easing is and talks to us about Abenomics and Japan. And in The Big Deal, Erin and Edward Harrison discuss Greece and Denmark.
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