CPT's Page on Open Access|
July 27, 2000. Comments of James Love at July 27, 2000 FCC en banc hearings on AOL/Time Warner Merger.
July, 27, 2000. Protest at the FCC on Open Access. [ video ]
February 28, 2000. Consumer Groups Challenge AOL and AT&T's Open Access Promises.
Cisco Systems - White Paper: "Controlling Your Network - A Must for Cable Operators."
Federal Communications Commission
The FCC's Cable Services Bureau.
June 30, 2000. FCC Chairman to Launch Proceedings on "Cable Access".
June 22, 2000. Statement of FCC Chairman William E. Kennard Regarding AT&T v. City of Portland.
November 9, 1999. The Mind's Eye: Remarks of Deborah A. Lathen, Chief of the FCC's Cable Services Bureau.
Center for Media Education (CME)
CME's Democratic Access Page.
The Broadband Revolution: Communications at a Crossroads.
Broadband Networks and Narrow Visions: The Internet at Risk.
Media Access Project
MAP's Broadband/ Open Access Page.
December 6, 1999. Letter to FCC Chairman Kennard about "why the AT&T-Mindspring Letter is not 'Open Access'". (.pdf format).
August 17, 1999. Breaking the Rules: AT&T's Attempt to Buy a National Monopoly in Cable TV and Broadband Internet Services.
July 29, 1999. Letter to FCC Chairman William Kennard.
July 29, 1999. Consumer and Public Interest Groups Tell FCC Chairman that the Internet's Future is Jeopardized by the Cable Industry's Broadband Plans.
January 27, 1999. Consumer and Media Advocates Ask FCC to Require Open Access to High-Speed Cable-Internet Networks.
Consumer Federation of American
CFA's Open Access Page.
July 13, 2000. Open Access: Phase II Action Plan. (.pdf format).
SlashdotCable Companies Debate Open Access.
FCC Leaves Broadband Alone.
The Broadband Wars.
October 10, 2000. Alec Kelin. AOL Restrictions Alledged. Washington Post.
October 6, 2000. Alec Klein. Time Warner Terms For Cable Criticized. Washington Post.
August 11, 2000. Jane Manners. When Good Intentions Go Bad: Pipe Dreams. The New Republic.
July 21, 2000. Patricia Fusco. Open Access Cable Trials Begin. InternetNews.
July 14, 2000. Patricia Fusco. Consumer Group Asks ISPs to Engage Local Cable Firms. InternetNews.
July 10, 2000. Rebecca Cantwell. Locals Lose Cable Access Fight. Inter@ctive Week.
June 30, 2000. Jeremy Pelofsky. Cable access to get FCC scrutiny. Reuters.
October 14, 1999. FCC: Leave broadband alone. Reuters.
August 2, 1999. Open Access: What's At Stake?. Inter@ctive Week.
July 28, 1999. Corey Grice and John Borland. FCC: Walking the regulatory tightrope. CNET News.
July 28, 1999. John Borland. Living up to the broadband hype. CNET News.
July 22, 1999. Mark Eddo. FCC's Kennard:It's all about competition. ZDTV.