Link Roundup – 6/2/2020

  • Glen Weyl argues that the FCC’s 2017 spectrum incentive auction may not have been the efficiency miracle economists treat it as. I’m not sure what to think.
  • A handful of Huawei employees were reportedly arrested in China for discussing Huawei’s business in Iran.
  • The FCC may have to turn over data logs with information about the source of fraudulent comments on net neutrality.
  • “At 22, he single-handedly put a stop to the worst cyberattack the world had ever seen. Then he was arrested by the FBI.” WIRED’s Andy Greenberg covers the story of Marcus Hutchins in a phenomenal, long-form piece.
  • AT&T subscribers won’t have to burn through data to stream HBO Max. AT&T’s Sponsored Data Program is developing thanks to the dropping of net neutrality.

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