WISPA's Comments demonstrate that imposing new disclosure and reporting obligations on small businesses would increase costs that would be passed on to consumers, would delay expansion of broadband to unserved and underserved areas and would chill entry by new companies that would face increased barriers. WISPA explained that imposing new regulatory burdens on small broadband providers would contravene Commission precedent in which small businesses were given relief from regulations and undermine Congressional and
"Much of the dialogue about net neutrality has focused on the big broadband providers and the big content providers," said
WISPA's Comments also propose a streamlined enforcement process with specific requirements intended to minimize questions and disputes before the
WISPA is a membership-driven trade association that promotes the development, advancement and unity of the wireless Internet service provider industry. WISPA has over 800 members that support WISPA's advocacy, education and other collaborative industry initiatives. For more information, visit http://www.wispa.org.
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