The Internet will not go slowly into the night; it will move — far more rapidly than any politician or regulator.
If President Obama and Chairman Wheeler have their way, they will stifle our greatest outlet for freedom and innovation
Competition, not regulation and government involvement, is what is needed to improve broadband in America.
The agency is blaming ISPs for the shortage because they did not build out “broadband” to all remote areas.
The FCC must consider carefully the intentions of DISH moving forward and not be fooled again.
The private sector badly needs spectrum. The government should do more to make more of theirs available
At present, the federal government is suing to block a deal between Office Depot and Staples
The good news is that not all politicians and bureaucrats are content with the status quo.
Let’s not get the FCC involved.
It can’t just come out and say, “Because LTE-U is better than our service, we are opposing it.”
The date is overdue for the auctioning of 95 megahertz that NTIA already admitted was surplus to government needs.
The political agenda hidden inside Mr. Lessig’s Trojan horse candidacy is network neutrality.
We cannot create more spectrum, we can only reallocate it or allow shared use of it.
The administration prioritizes net neutrality while agencies get breached by foreign hackers
No more spectrum supply and exploding demand will slow smartphone Internet access to the speed of government.
The FCC must follow the lead of Congress and begin to weed out cronyism
Odds are at least 8-1 against the agency.
Auction rules should help diversify spectrum holdings.
Google isn’t letting their influence in the administration go to waste.
The FCC imagines it alone knows what’s best for the Internet