Reading 15,000 documents so you don’t have to

For those of you not wishing to sift through 15,000 comments submitted to the FCC for its Net Neutrality proposed rule making, let me recommend what — so far — is the best technical filing I’ve read. It comes from Richard Bennett and Rob Atkinson of the Information Technology Innovation Foundation.

Also very useful is a new post by George Ou on content delivery and paid peering, with important policy implications.

These are among the least discussed — but most important — items in the whole Net Neutrality debate.

Separately, from the FCC’s “Open Internet” meeting at MIT last week, see summaries of each panelist’s remarks: Opening Presentations, Panel 1, Panel 2.

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