Consumers could be forced to live in a world with much less compatibility among the technology they use.
U.S. consumers generate two to three times more Internet data (per capita) than their European counterparts,
The expanding 4G networks already widespread in many industrialized nations offer data speeds that are 12,000 times faster than the speeds of 2G.
There is good academic debate about whether monopolistic conditions exist in a number of markets in which the public so commonly assumes that they do.
We need a robust discussion on all the ways that policymakers, companies and the public can work together to improve cyber hygiene.
Public access television is a miraculous testament to freedom of speech and government transparency.
Consumers should receive unimpeded access to all lawful Internet content.
The question is not whether some content will get priority – but who should determine what content gets priority.
Discussions about patent legislation sound more like a witch hunt than an informed debate.
Giving video providers the freedom to purchase broadcast content from neighboring markets would inject much-needed competitive market forces into a tired and protectionist retransmission consent regime.