The FCC’s vote will usher in a new era of government involvement in the evolution of the Internet.
Silicon Valley’s giants don't need our help to maintain their position. And neither do the ISPs.
Decisions by entities like the FCC reverberate far beyond the Beltway in DC.
Besides FTC meddling, other dangers lurk.
Legally, nothing will change on February 26, and probably not for at least several months afterward.
There’s been a struggle to conjure up a legitimate authority that would stand behind the technical decisions that guide the Internet.
Millions of Americans told the FCC that they consider an open Internet an essential service in their daily lives.
Imagine a world where your primary news source is dominated by national pay-TV networks.
The FCC is simply doing its job to protect Open Internet access for all Internet users.
The FTC has designed its study so that some of its data can be analyzed and reported immediately.