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Regulating Internet Access as a Public Utility Would Cost Consumers Billions a Year

Pocket books in Texas will take a significant hit if access to the Internet is reclassified as a public utility. With Title II regulations in place, American consumers could see their costs for wireline and wireless communication access increase by $15 billion a year, according to an analysis released today. If regulated as a public utility, any company that provides  Read more


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Regulating Internet Access as a Public Utility Would Cost Consumers Billions a Year
December 2nd

Pocket books in Texas will take a significant hit if access to the Internet is reclassified as a public utility. With Title II regulations in place, American consumers could see their costs for wireline and wireless communication access increase by $15 billion a year, according to an analysis released today. If regulated as a public utility, any company that provides  Read more


1930s-Era Regulations for the Internet Spell Disaster for our Economy
October 21st

Technology has been a formidable force in the Texas economy. In the past, tech entrepreneurs didn’t pay much attention to public policy and were quick to state their focus on building their businesses. The federal government, under a wise bipartisan approach, had made the correct decision to allow Texas’s innovators to do just that, without  Read more


TEP’s Chelsea McCullough featured in the Austin American-Statesman
October 20th

This special to the Austin American-Statesman was published on October 18, 2014. Technology has been a formidable force in the Texas economy. In the past, tech entrepreneurs didn’t pay much attention to public policy and were quick to state their focus on building their businesses. The federal government, under a wise bipartisan approach, had made  Read more


Video delivery at the core of true net neutrality
September 5th

In what feels like a nanosecond, the Internet has evolved dramatically since the era when we suffered through dial-up connections while tethered to a bulky desktop PC. Today, we use lightning-fast networks and a devices of all kinds to connect wherever and whenever.  The Internet hasn’t just changed our lives; The Internet itself has morphed.   Read more



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