The anti-private property group Free Press believes Title II – which the radicals want imposed on network providers to ensure “real” Net Neutrality – is getting some bad press. So, it’s embarked on its own press deluge to shore up the idea that heavy-handed government regulations are actually good for investment, noting (in page-after-page of home economics-level “analysis”) that:
“…[C]ommon-carriage rules have coincided with the healthiest periods of investment and growth in the telecommunications sector.”
Um, sure they do, guys.
Here’s my response in a simple graphic: