Think-tank analyst Hal Singer is a favorite hired gun of Washington’s phone and cable lobby because he delivers exactly what the industry pays him for. But a close look at his anti-Net Neutrality claims shows a clear failure to analyze data properly.
In the last few weeks at least five anti-Net Neutrality Op-Eds have appeared in newspapers around the country. These pieces strike suspiciously familiar notes — and in some cases use identical language.
Anyone who’s watched an online petition or hashtag go viral can testify to the Internet’s power to effect change.
A must-read report from our friends at the Center for Media Justice poses a provocative question about this phenomenon.