Jon Sallet

2017- current

Benton Senior Fellow

Jon's work focuses on policies to support FCC actions to promote broadband access and deployment, to advance competition, including through antitrust, and to preserve and protect internet openness. Jon is the former-FCC General Counsel/Acting General Counsel (2013-2016), and Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Litigation, Antitrust Division, US Department of Justice (2016-2017). 

Jon is the author of Benton's Broadband for America’s Future: A Vision for the 2020s

Jon's Articles:

Building Blocks for a National Broadband Agenda

Deployment of Networks Where Adequate Broadband Does Not Exist

Competition Increases Choices and Spurs Lower Prices and Better-Quality Service

Affordability and Adoption for Those Who Wish to Have Broadband in Their Homes but Lack the Means or the Skills to Acquire It

Connecting Communities with High-Performance Broadband

Libraries and Schools Join Hands to Connect New Mexico Pueblos

Broadband is the New Railroad

Three Important Points on Broadband Competition

Brandeis and the Willingness to Innovate

Brandeis, Competition, and Sectorial Regulation

Brandeis: An Emphasis on Facts

From Broad Goals to Antitrust Legislative Standards

Antitrust Law: Look Back to the Future

The Goals of Antitrust: The Legislative Perspective

Brandeis’s Framework for Antitrust and Competition

We Must Let Our Minds Be Bold

Let's Get Vertical

Net Neutrality and Our Freedom to Think and Speak

Louis Brandeis: A Man for This Season

Multisided Platforms and Antitrust Enforcement (with Michael Katz)

Net neutrality regulations perfectly fit the FCC's statutory intent (in The Hill)

Antitrust is Law Enforcement