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THOMAS W. HAZLETT is professor of law and economics at George Mason University. He previously served as chief economist of the FCC and writes for publications including the Financial Times and the Wall Street Journal. His academic research appears in many economics journals and law reviews.
In this comprehensive Broadside, Thomas W. Hazlett explains the faulty economic logic behind the FCC’s regulations. The “open Internet”—thriving without such mandates—allows consumers, investors, and entrepreneurs to choose the best platforms and products, testing rival business models.