The Wrong Tool for the Job examines the role that price discrimination can play in broadband pricing and considers the different ways to to implement a price discrimination strategy.  It concludes that, while price discrimination can be an effective way to increase access to broadband, data-based pricing is an inefficient and counter-productive means to that worthy end.


A PDF of the paper can be downloaded here.

New CERN Open Source Hardware Licenses Mark A Major Step Forward

Earlier this month [CERN](https://home.cern/) (yes, that CERN) announced [version 2.0 of their open hardware licenses](https://www.ohwr.o...… Continue reading