Deja Vu [Was: Re: So why don't US citizens get this?]

Max Tulyev president at ukraine.su
Sun Jul 27 05:58:56 CDT 2008


even in deep Russia ETTH/FTTH networks bites big state monopolies. So I 
think just somebody is too lazy to do something :)

Paul Ferguson wrote:
> -- Joe Greco <jgreco at ns.sol.net> wrote:
> 
>> The telcos might disagree...  it's a free market...  they're free to
>> market whatever they want.
> 
> And they do. Rightfully so, I suppose.
> 
> I think the issue that was being discussed -- which I shouldn't
> probably compel -- is the fact that questionable decisions have
> been in the U.S. regulatory process which favor monopoly interests.
> 
> Free markets have a tendency to become "un-free" when monopolistic
> positioning becomes entrenched -- and even preferred by government
> bureaucrats.
> 
> But allow to me apologize now for my non-technical response,
> although I feel compelled myself to point out the obvious. We just
> don't have the competitive choices we should, as consumers.
> 
> What is old, seems to be new again, unfortunately.
> 
> $.02,
> 
> - ferg
> 

--
"Fergie", a.k.a. Paul Ferguson
  Engineering Architecture for the Internet
  fergdawg(at)netzero.net
  ferg's tech blog: http://fergdawg.blogspot.com/




-- 
WBR,
Max Tulyev (MT6561-RIPE, 2:463/253 at FIDO)




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