What we have learned about Google’s business practices has come as a result of legal challenges.
Mark Twain famously said that there “are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics.”
The FCC’s plan will trigger consequences beyond its control.
Congress must act to preserve America’s ability to remain a world leader in innovation.
Inventors depend on a strong patent system to ensure our ideas and innovations are protected and have a chance to go from idea to product.
Internationally, this is uncharted territory that is fraught with risk.
No company, including Google, is above scrutiny.
The reality is that no matter how much money and time is spent protecting information and assets, cybercriminals will always find a way past perimeter defenses.
Reclassifying broadband as a utility not only threatens the internet as we know it, but will kill jobs, stifle investment and increase costs for American consumers.
Net neutrality would make sense in a world where all website traffic was equal.