Broadband reclassification means edge providers must pay for terminating access.
All eyes are on the FCC, which has a pending rule-making.
The FCC could blow an opportunity to both alleviate spectrum exhaust and reduce the deficit.
Our domestic policies must reinforce the values that we promote abroad.
We are in a trade war with China and a fight for leadership of the global technology industry.
Why should we continue to subsidize places that a private firm will serve without subsidies?
There are good reasons why so many states have banned or restricted municipal networks.
When it comes to the open Internet minefield, the middle ground is not as safe as it seems.
Amazon is being bludgeoned by the FTC for trying to innovate.
How should policymakers respond when old rules are rendered obsolete by new technology?