Consumers around the world should start worrying, for Michael Powell has just stepped down as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Powell, the son of the former Secretary of State (foreign minister) and Gulf War general Colin Powell, has proven himself to a strong advocate of the user, turning away the telecommunication industry's many lobbyists. He has been the FCC's chairman since 2001.
It remains to be seen who president Bush appoints as his replacement, but I fear it can only go downhill from here.
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