Congress must provide clear guidelines to end the internet oligarchs’ ability to play by their own rules
It’s time to think about virtual reality differently.
Their arguments have—after all these years—become routine and stale.
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Even more social media platforms are joining European efforts to censor the Internet.
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Internet services would become far less location dependent
Spurring investment, sparking innovation and propelling technology forward
The federal government can modernize internet regulation. States cannot
Restrictions of civil liberties always begin with this kind of demagoguery.
Users should get what they pay for
The move will enable widespread censorship and kill freedom of speech.
The Constitution transcends time and technological change, but some sinister players are pretending otherwise.
Internet users might have legitimate concerns, but the BROWSER Act will not solve them.
The FCC was being used to write strangulating laws, and it could be used this way again.
Congress hasn’t taken away anyone’s privacy — Google and Facebook already did that.
Trump should rip up Obama’s hidden telecom charges.
Government involvement in broadband has always resulted in a wasteful boondoggle.
Consumers didn’t lose privacy, they just lost government regulation.