A number of broadband providers from around the country recently affirmed that, as a direct result of the costs to comply with the FCC’s new order, they will be delaying upgrades to service as well as expansion to new markets.
Well over 100 million Americans have been impacted by the seemingly endless parade of data breaches.
I worry we’re headed down a path where government regulations and business rules will keep technologies from reaching their large-scale potential.
Earlier this year DISH leveraged a loophole in federal rules to score $3.3 billion in taxpayer-funded discounts on wireless licenses in the spectrum auction.
Digital distribution has eliminated some of the “fat” in the industry.
Broad support for the principles of net neutrality has now been established.
ISIS sends an estimated 90,000 social media messages each day.
Companies that shift away from large scale manufacturing, employment and economic growth toward patent assertion and litigation are called transformer trolls.
It’s an effort to put government price controls on music.
Unlicensed spectrum, the radio spectrum that powers our wireless devices, generates $62 billion a year for the U.S. economy.