Tech founders call for bipartisan net neutrality legislation
Lincoln organized a letter of tech founders and venture capitalists urging Congress to pass bipartisan legislation on net neutrality. Signatories include Joe Lonsdale, Trae Stephens, Joe Malchow, and many others. The letter argues:
By codifying principles that have been in the public forum for some time, Congress can ensure that existing investments in internet infrastructure are not unduly burdened. Congressional action would also signal to potential investors that they can invest with confidence, knowing that the basic rules are now firmly established.
Tags: Innovation policy, Lincoln Network, Telecom