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.
The government has yet to even enact a standard for notifying consumers whose data is breached.
Applying 20th century regulation to the Internet is likely to hinder innovation to the detriment of consumers.
There is a data security crisis in the United States.
Voices, ideas, and ventures from underrepresented groups flourish online, due to net neutrality.
The broadcast and cable television industry remains one characterized by needless overregulation and a dearth of free market dynamics.
The main struggle today is largely due to the fact that the laws and regulations that govern music licensing cannot keep up with the innovations in music access.
Washington’s oversight of the pay-TV industry during the past two decades has been marked by a light regulatory approach.