Kristian Stout on Title II Net Neutrality
ICLE Director of Innovation Policy Kristian Stout appeared as a guest on Minnesota Public Radio’s Marketplace in a segment on the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to reinstate so-called “net neutrality” for broadband providers.
But Kristian Stout, director of innovation policy at the International Center for Law and Economics, argues that we don’t need net neutrality as much as we once did because most of us are already online now. So how do we ensure access for every last American?
“You don’t do that by upending or frustrating the investment incentives that have made this work really well for 90 to 95% of the country. What you do is try to figure out targeted solutions,” Stout said.
Audio of the full segment is embedded below.