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.
Net neutrality is what gives us all a voice.
Credit unions should either join in the collaborative effort or stop obstructing progress to serve their own agenda.
Protecting our metadata is both the new frontier and the new L’Enfant terrible of policy and law.
Spurred on by online giants like Verizon and Comcast, legislatures in 20 states have erected barriers to the development of publicly-owned broadband networks.
Hopefully the brutal facts of the market will discourage future efforts at privateering.
Some companies have started reneging on promises of fair pricing and are using their now “standards essential patents” (SEPs) to charge absurd licensing fees.
For American corporate executives moving forward, data security is job security.