In case you missed it, the US House of Representatives approved a bill on telecom reform. The next action will be getting a companion bill passed in the US Senate. Then, a conference committee has to reconcile the differences. Then, each chamber must approve the revised bill. Then, the President has to sign it for it to become law. All of this in an election year ... we'll see (excuse my skepticism ...).
Read the article (or better yet, the bill). Do you think this Bill addresses the current problems in telecom in the US? Is it adequate? Does it fall short?
Telecommunications, legislation, network neutrality