Should we regulate the Internet as we did the old telephone network and other so-called “common carriers”?
You may hear cable companies declaring that “broadcasters hold all the cards” in retransmission consent negotiations, claiming...
The owners of television stations have been given valuable licenses to use the public airways for free, and that means they have an obligation to serve the public.
Retransmission prices are lower than the rates Pay TV distributors willingly pay their affiliates for similar cable programming, and traditional market analysis shows that Pay TV has more pricing power than Free TV.
The U.S. wireless market is a widely envied global leader in advanced wireless services precisely because regulators have largely allowed the market to function.
American families, including children, would be less safe online should Congress ban all online gambling.
This new frontier requires a cultural shift that builds security awareness and responsibility into every single job description across an organization.
Recent data breaches have had a severe impact on everyone involved: consumers, retailers and financial institutions. However, there seem to be some misconceptions in the public discussion about the unique impact of data breaches on credit unions...
An item’s shape and ornamentation often is patented to restrict competition, rather than to protect genuine innovation.
Congress is contemplating legislation that could eliminate the current structure and provide a pathway for cable and satellite companies to force viewers to pay additional fees for local viewing access.