It’s a lie that without Title II, we wouldn’t have a free Internet.
‘Should not block, throttle, or otherwise discriminate’
The underlying justification: the government knows what is best for you.
Canada’s approach to internet policy teaches us to steer clear of bright-line rules and regulatory relics.
Government must take a hands-off approach in order to foster a strong and open internet.
Groups are tied to radical alt-left groups including DisruptJ20
The FCC was being used to write strangulating laws, and it could be used this way again.
Our economy can continue to grow at the pace of consumer preferences.
The new FCC needs to encourage product differentiation, competition and network investment.
Companies like Netflix, Google and Amazon get to use unlimited amounts of bandwitdh — absolutely free of charge.
The Internet will not go slowly into the night; it will move — far more rapidly than any politician or regulator.
Auction seeks to meet increasing consumer demand for additional wireless broadband
The private sector badly needs spectrum. The government should do more to make more of theirs available
Bureaucrats issued 81,611 pages of regulations
The good news is that not all politicians and bureaucrats are content with the status quo.
The U.S. government’s Internet priorities in Europe are upside down.
The political agenda hidden inside Mr. Lessig’s Trojan horse candidacy is network neutrality.