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Net-Neutrality Noise: Competitive Broadband Market Driven by Technological Change, Not Politics

By: Thornburg Investment Management
Harvest Exchange
December 27, 2017

Net-Neutrality Noise: Competitive Broadband Market Driven by Technological Change, Not Politics

The FCC’s roll-back of net-neutrality regulation sparked intense political debate about how the internet should be governed, in particular how ISPs handle and price content transmission. But the internet’s rapid evolution, the ISPs vertical integration into content, the bargaining power of the tech and media giants and anticipated 5G investment returns largely supersede regulatory shifts. 



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