U.S. and EU Internet trade policies continued to head in opposite directions last week
The market is natural selection, plain and simple.
The practical dispute over net neutrality continues to narrow
Objections to the Comcast-Time Warner merger are the same as with AOL, and just as specious.
After being thwarted by the courts twice, the administration looks to be gearing up for another attempt to impose net neutrality by fiat.
‘There is no evidence in the record suggesting that broadband providers are carving up territory or avoiding head-to-head competition’
The call for net neutrality is really a call for a return to monopoly common carrier regulation for broadband networks.
The data collection provisions of the Affordable Care Act trump anything the NSA has been doing.
This revelation is great news for consumers.
Commissioner gives no reason for leaving after seven years of service
Continued Chevron Deference is increasingly critical to the FCC’s actual and perceived authority going forward.
It’s going to be a very long four years
Google’s Google Fiber service makes the company both a service provider and content distributor, in direct conflict with principles it opposed through net neutrality
Simply, this effort appears to be about net neutrality proponents non-transparently gaming the Verizon-Cable Spectrum transaction review process
Many Democrats along with public interest groups and some tech firms countered that net neutrality rules are necessary
Commission rejects numerous Freedom of Information Act requests from conservatives regarding net neutrality
One of the Administration’s most unlawfully over-active wings has been the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Last month, it was revealed that customers who subscribe to Comcast’s Xfinity TV service for the Xbox 360 won’t be charged for the service’s data use against the ISP’s 250GB monthly cap.
President Barack Obama and his Democrat Congressional cohorts have spent the last three-plus years throwing legislative and regulatory anvils into, and in front of, the free market private sector.
Group becomes a power-player in Washington with a strong network of allies