Justin Vélez-Hagan

Ever since the FCC began kicking around the idea of new Internet regulations (a.k.a. “net neutrality” regulation), economists, attorneys, and politicos have been arguing what, if any, cost will be incurred by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) as well as the general public.  Although the exactitude and underlying assumptions of some estimates have been disputed, few have considered the real, total economic cost of the new policy.