The Mercury News in Silicon Valley recently published an op-ed by Mobile Future Chairman Jonathan Spalter. The piece outlines the potential pitfalls from the FCC’s recent announcement to extend net neutrality rules to the wireless world.
For the 200 million Americans who increasingly rely on their mobile phones to manage their connected lives, this subtle rule change could have a raft of unforeseen consequences, say many mobile operators and the labor unions who work with them. These could include a slowdown in investment, job cuts and worse.
You can read Jonathan’s op-ed here.