Policymakers and regulators need to speed as much licensed and unlicensed spectrum to the market.
The “open internet” is undoubtedly the most successful free market experiment in technology we’ve ever seen.
We need age-appropriate accounts where kids can pay for things online with full parental visibility and approval.
The government’s fundamental understanding of the video advertising market is woefully outdated.
The notion that seeing or not seeing certain ads online creates a “disproportionate adverse impact” on Web site visitors is one that strains credulity.
The specter of losing jobs to automation has haunted us since the 19th century Luddites tried to protect their livelihoods by smashing machines.
Despite huge profit margins, the pay-TV industry pleads in Congress for regulatory advantage.
The FCC should give up its desire to regulate and allow the Internet to keep improving as it has for decades.
PM Stephen Harper and his party have begun an effort to “unbundle” cable programming.
Wireless data consumption is expected to skyrocket in the coming years.