Why Net Neutrality Fanatics Were Wrong

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[Originally appearing on the Financial Post website on November 21, 2019] TORONTO – Two years ago, in another op-ed, I made an unpopular prediction. I guessed that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)’s plan to scrap network neutrality rules in the United States would not break the internet. […]

Why Concerns About Net Neutrality Are Overblown

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[Originally Appearing on the New York Times website, December 4, 2017]  TORONTO — The Federal Communications Commission is planning to jettison its network neutrality rules, and many Americans are distraught. Such a move, the Electronic Frontier Foundation warned, “invites a future where only the largest […]

Ken Engelhart, gentleman lawyer

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[Originally Appearing on the “CARTT” website, May 26th, 2015]   After a quarter-century with Rogers Communications, Ken Engelhart has hung out his own shingle. Engelhart had been the leader of Rogers’ regulatory team for many years under vice-chairman Phil Lind but given all of the […]