Congress’ proper course would be to end, not extend, the ban on state and local taxation of Internet access.
Leaders of major corporations are finally starting to get serious about protecting their cybersecurity infrastructure.
Wider and more rapid deployment of 4G wireless broadband networks depend on new wireless infrastructure facilities.
Defining a patent troll is not as simple as it appears.
Preserving competition in the replacement parts marketplace is critical to keeping repair part prices down.
Reclassification of the Internet as a public utility and the end of the Internet tax moratorium would eventually increase broadband prices by more than 17 percent.
By extending its jurisdiction to prescribe the design of automotive smartphone apps, NHTSA could inadvertently put a damper on creativity.
The lack of strong federal protection for trade secrets has become a real competitive weakness for the U.S. economy.
Companies known for evangelizing the benefits of making creative work available on the Internet use their market power to make the work of indie artists and creators inaccessible.
Apply regulatory oversight of access to the pipe and completely steer clear of regulation of content.