Net Neutrality is a youth issue, it is a voting issue and we are taking action.
The proposed Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger, if not properly regulated, is a threat to the future of rural America and independent channels.
It is not too late to denounce regulating the 21st century Internet with 19th-century monopoly laws.
10,000 high-skilled and high-wage construction and retrofitting jobs in wireless infrastructure are going begging.
Given the importance of protecting a free and open Internet, examples from Sao Paolo and Brussels should inform policymakers as they weigh in on the domestic debate.
Amid the clamor from the business community and their elected officials to rein in patent trolls, one group has remained largely silent: the patent licensing industry itself.
Instead of focusing on building better networks or offering better prices to compete for customers, AT&T and Verizon have focused on buying up the most valuable “beachfront” low-band spectrum.
We must act now to protect our corporate, governmental and personal digital assets from all cyber threats, foreign and domestic.
The U.S. private sector may lead the world in many regards, but when it comes to insulating itself from cyber attacks, its performance has been weak.
In the world of tech policy there are few issues more conflict-laden and wrapped up in misunderstandings than net neutrality.