January 11, 2012
December 9, 2011
The kerfuffle that paints the Google Wallet App as an innocent victim of Verizon blocking — in violation of an “open” Internet and net neutrality regulations — completely misses the forest for the trees. This conflict revolves around two ongoing industry battles.
To see what this kerfuffle is really all about, read my Forbes Tech Capitalist post Android’s Pickpocket Behind Google Wallet.
The likely passage of online anti-piracy legislation (SOPA/PIPA) in 2012 has put a spotlight on the substantial ad-based business interests aligned with piracy and against piracy enforcement.
See my Forbes Tech Capitalist post to learn why Grand Theft Auto-mated is such big business and so anti-piracy enforcement.
November 2, 2011
Pending anti-piracy legislation (Senate: PROTECT IP, House: SOPA) is very likely to become law in 2012.
See my Forbes Tech Capitalist post to learn why, and why it’s important.
October 21, 2011
For those seeking to better understand how communications competition has evolved, expanded, and accelerated to cloud communications competition, don’t miss my new six-chart powerpoint presentation: “The Metamorphosis of Communications Competition,” here.
My bottom line conclusion: The transformation of communications competition requires a transformation in communications law.
- Specifically, the world has changed with technology, but obsolete technology-specific laws have not.
- Communications policy obsolescence undermines infrastructure’s utility and value and renders property less attractive and competitive.
I presented this new easy-to-understand framework for understanding exploding communications competition at a NetCompetition event today on Capitol Hill, which also featured excellent presentations by Jeff Eisenach, Managing Director of Navigant Economics, and Ev Ehrlich, President of ESC Company.