Wired, the Riverdale Standard, and LNR quote Jeffrey Blumenfeld in an article profiling Incompas CEO Charles Pickering and his support of net neutrality. Blumenfeld notes that, after the government forced AT&T to break into several smaller carriers (Baby Bells), Incompas (then called Comptel) played a key role in the telecom industry during post-breakup litigation over what the Bell companies could—and could not—do under the court decree that broke up the AT&T monopoly.