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Advances in information communication technologies are providing greater penetration, new services and connectivity to the world. In a connected nation, traditional norms of federalism are increasingly challenged and policymakers are wrestling with difficult questions of whether and how to manage the ongoing transformation of the communications sector. The report of the 32nd annual Aspen Institute Conference on Communications Policy, written by rapporteur Carol Mattey explores regulatory structures to incentivize the deployment of communications infrastructure to unserved areas, and ways to promote competition and protect consumers on the internet.

Download the 2018 Conference on Communications Policy Report

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