‘The collateral damage is beginning to pile up from the FCC’s February decision to trigger Title II telephone utility regulation of the Internet’
Republican chairman calls FCC ‘a potentially threatening and unpredictable agency’
‘The lack of transparency surrounding the open Internet rule-making process raises a lot of questions’
A ‘massive loophole’
‘They were being played for fools’
Agency publicly releases 300-plus page plan weeks after contested vote
‘Attack of candor, indeed’
Has America failed to raise a generation that understands its greatest treasures?
Walden takes FCC to task during reauthorization hearing
The future of the Internet will come when the government gets out of the way.
FCC net neutrality ‘imposes rules on broadband Internet services that were written in the era of the steam locomotive and the telegraph’
Commission approves ‘the strongest open internet protections ever proposed by the FCC’
Heads Soros-backed organization
‘Tomorrow is about us taking a step probably a little closer to their approach’
‘The general conduct rule will be anything but clear’
We need new laws for new industries, not old regulatory frameworks.
More than four million people weighed in on the measure.
‘One way or another, I am committed to moving a legislative solution’