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Cable merger shows how legacy language leads to outdated policy

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When the proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable was announced last week, various self-styled consumer groups said it would be unthinkable to allow the top two "cable" operators to combine. This is a case in which continued use of what might be called "legacy language" reinforces outdated legacy regulatory policies that leave too much control of our communications and media...

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