October 17, 2016-Vox takes a look at cities that have spent millions on fast gigabit networks. Susan discusses her views on building a nationwide fiber network.
October 6, 2016-“Zero-rating is pernicious, unfair and unnecessary,” said Susan Crawford, a law professor at Harvard who has advocated for strong regulation of the broadband industry. Permitting the practice would simply enable “the gameplaying of companies who have a strong interest in maintaining the status quo.”
April 24, 2015–Listen to the news segment here. “All that scale would give Comcast enormous discretion over what reaches Americans, what Americans pay, information flows, customer service—really unlimited power,” says Susan Crawford is co-director of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University.
April 23, 2015–The New York Times describes the downfall of Comcast’s bid to acquire Time Warner, and Susan explains President Obama’s role in stopping the cable giant’s bid for its rival.
April 24, 2015–Susan weighs in on the end of the Comcast-TWC merger and the future of the cable industry.
April 25, 2015–Susan joins guests to discuss how to connect the 730,000 homes in NYC without broadband access.
Sept 18 – Susan accepts the inaugural Broadband Hero award presented by OneCommunity in Cleveland, Ohio.
Sept 18 – The Sound of Ideas presents “Stuck in Low Gear?” featuring Susan Crawford as a guest. “The United States is falling behind the rest of the world in the choice, availability and cost of high speed Internet access, says law professor and author Susan Crawford. She’s pushing a government-led build-out of broadband infrastructure, akin to FDR’s push for rural electrification, and says monopolistic cable and phone companies worsen the digital divide. Critics disagree”.
Sept 13 – The Weekly Standard‘s James Bologna discusses Susan’s views as it pertains to “the entrance ramps to the information superhighway”.
Sept 12 – Texas Public Radio | The Source‘s Paul Flahive invites Susan Crawford to speak about net neutrality as a call in radio guest.
Tomorrow, Monday, Sept. 9, the D.C. Circuit will hear argument in Verizon v. FCC. [FCC links here to filings in the case – scroll down. I was involved in the ‘Natl Assn of Telecomms Officers Assn’ amicus brief. The remarks below were prepared for a public session in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 5, for which CSPAN has video here.] There’s a spray of issues in telecommunications policy and law, and lots of acronyms and shiny objects. So it should be a relief to people here that the case being considered by…
September 4 – LA Times’ Joe Flint references Susan in the ongoing forum about the Time Warner Cable vs. CBS dispute. “This opinion is significant because it shows that we can be reasonable about the 1st Amendment,” said Susan Crawford, a communications professor at Cardozo Law School. “Not all economic decisions about the transport of bits are the same as messages that should be protected by the 1st Amendment.”