Pai Is Right: Private Sector Must Lead Broadband Investment

Opinion | David Williams
Commissioner Ajit Pai listens to Chairman Tom Wheeler in 2016: Kevin Lamarque/Reuters

Competition suffers when the government enters the market.

Verizon Rolling Out Unlimited Data Plan As FCC Leadership Changes

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
Ft. Wayne - Circa September 2016: Verizon Wireless Retail Location. [Jonathan Weiss / Shutterstock, Inc.]

‘We also fundamentally want you to have more choice’

Net Neutrality Gets A Wake-Up Call From President Trump

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Ajit Pai testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee's Privacy, Technology and the Law Subcommittee hearing on "Examining the Proposed FCC Privacy Rules" on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, on May 11, 2016. (Photo credit: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

‘We need to fire up the weed whacker’

AT&T Is Offering Free DirecTV, Obama's FCC Says It Violates Net Neutrality

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
AT&T Corporate logo and signage on a downtown central office. [Shutterstock - Jonathan Weiss]

‘the video entertainment marketplace is ripe for disruptive change’

Democratic FCC Chairman Will Leave Agency When Trump Takes Over

Politics | Kerry Picket
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler chairs an open hearing on Net Neutrality

‘I am deeply grateful to the President for giving me this opportunity’

Shovel-Ready Broadband Investment, Maybe

Opinion | Alan Daley & Steve Pociask
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) logo is seen before the FCC Net Neutrality hearing in Washington February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

The new Congress must reduce regulations that discourage private investment and competition.

AT&T CEO Bashes FCC, Says Net Neutrality Rules 'Bad For The Industry'

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
Modern web network and internet telecommunication technology. [Shutterstock - Scanrail1]

‘We got a really aggressive letter from the Federal Communications Commission’

Meddling FCC Doesn't Want You to Have Free Mobile Data

Opinion | Katie McAuliffe
FCC front door

The market is the best defense and advocate for consumers.

Will A Republican Senate Stick A Republican President With A Democratic FCC?

Opinion | Seton Motley

Let’s not reward Democrats for their ongoing, pernicious intransigence.

FCC Official Goes Totally Unpunished After Having Sex With WaPo Reporter In Office

Daily Caller News Foundation | Blake Neff
Sex behind a window. [Shutterstock/Joe Techapanupreeda]

Earning $158k per year, just like before

Denver Police Spend Thousands Of Seized Cash On Social Media Surveillance Tools

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
Close up of young businessman searching, spying the mobile, smart phone. [Shutterstock - rangizzz]

‘Safeguards are in place to protect our constitutional rights’

All Of Hollywood Should Hate Net Neutrality -- And Now They're Starting To See Why

Opinion | Seton Motley

Companies like Netflix, Google and Amazon get to use unlimited amounts of bandwitdh — absolutely free of charge.

Expanding Internet To Rural Areas Creates Epic Showdown Between Feds And States

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
Farmer standing in a wheat field and looking at personal tablet. [Shutterstock - PointImages - 277037870]

‘Wasting its time on illegal efforts to intrude on the prerogatives of state governments’

Activists Suspect Baltimore Police Illegally Use Cellphone Trackers And File Petition For FCC To Investigate

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
A protester demonstrates outside the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) headquarters building in Washington, DC, February 23, 2016, objecting to the US government attempt to put a backdoor into the Apple I-Phone. Apple is battling the US government over unlocking devices in at least 10 cases in addition to its high-profile dispute involving the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino attackers, court documents show. / AFP / PAUL J. RICHARDS / Getty Images

Another potential blow to the Baltimore PD

Comcast Wants To Make A Product Out Of Your Browsing History

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman

Discounts for more data or higher prices for more privacy?

Swedish Company Now Oversees Billions Of US Phone Calls And Texts

Daily Caller News Foundation | Eric Lieberman
WITTENBERGE, GERMANY - JUNE 14: Telephone operators work at a call centre of the employment agency Adecco on June 14, 2007 in Wittenberge, Germany. Call centres, a growing industry in eastern Germany, offer companies a 24 hour call centre solution service. (Photo by Andreas Rentz/Getty Images)

American data will be managed by a European company

FCC Poised To Decide Just How Fast Cell Phones Can Be

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ted Goodman
Women on cellphones (Credit: Antonio Guillem/Shutterstock)

‘The United States will be the first country in the world to open up high-band spectrum for 5G networks’

The FCC Is Now One Step Closer To Taking Over The Internet

Daily Caller News Foundation | Kevin Daley
Wheeler testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Federal court extends regulatory power

Taxpayers May Be Paying Half A Billion A Year For Fake Obamaphones

Daily Caller News Foundation | Thomas Phippen
Hundreds of used cellphones sit waiting to be recycled at the offices of ECO ATM, a start-up company, in San Diego, California April 20, 2010. The eco-friendly company is building ATM type kiosks that allow a person to be instantly paid for recycling their old cell phone. Picture taken April 20, 2010. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH SOCIETY BUSINESS) - RTR2D3BI

“That’s more people than are in the state of Oregon”

FCC Launches Multi-Billion Dollar Auction That Will Likely Change The Face Of Media

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ted Goodman
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) logo is seen before the FCC Net Neutrality hearing in Washington February 26, 2015. REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

Auction seeks to meet increasing consumer demand for additional wireless broadband