Competition Policy


Public Knowledge Urges FCC to Stop Anti-Competitive Broadband Contracts for Apartments and Condos

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Today, the Federal Communications Commission approved a Notice of Inquiry on barriers to competitive broadband choices for consumers living in multi-tenant buildings. Public Knowledge has long supported prohibiting anti-competitive behavior and Commission efforts to remove barriers to deployment and facilitate greater choice for consumers in apartment and condominium buildings, shopping malls, and cooperatives.

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Public Knowledge Welcomes Jessica Rosenworcel FCC Nomination to Protect Consumers

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Last night, President Trump announced his intention to nominate Jessica Rosenworcel to serve as a Member of the Federal Communications Commission. Public Knowledge applauds Ms. Rosenworcel for the nomination, particularly at a time when many of the pro-consumer initiatives she supported and promoted as an FCC Commissioner from 2012 - January 2017 are under siege today.

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Cable Broadband Providers: What Ever Happened to “The Customer is Always Right”?

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The concept that “The Customer is Always Right” has such resonance that it has been popular around the globe for more than 100 years, from Marshall Field’s department store in Chicago to Selfridge’s in London, and from the Ritz in Paris, whose motto was "le client n'a jamais tort” (the customer is never wrong) to the German "der Kunde ist König" (the customer is king) and the Japanese "Okyakusama wa Kamisama desu" (the customer is like a god).

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