My response? As printed in Comm Daily today.
"I can make numbers up too," Public Knowledge Senior Vice President Harold Feld said in response to the report. "I estimate that responding to nonsense like this cost government agencies millions of dollars, and costs the public billions of dollars in lost economic activity and direct cost to consumers. Mind
you, I just made that up, but it seems about as reliable as CEI's estimates."
But the "summer camp" line about the ITIF report showing that our national broadband is not so bad compared to other nations for Ars Technica got a lot more play.
All in all tho, a good week for Snarky Wonk.