The FCC has decided to justify a new pro-regulatory agenda by gaming the broadband reports.
There is no bright speed line between "broadband" and "not broadband."
The arguments against enacting strong rules grounded in Title II authority continue to fall.
Salacious emails may get headlines, but intellectual property theft is constant and costly.
The NTIA chose which awards to assess, and which to ignore.
Advocates of strong legislation should know it won't get any better than this.
It needlessly straitjackets the FCC.
The strongest objection to Title II regulation concerns the First Amendment.
Currently, a patchwork of state laws faces companies experiencing a data breach.
Congress needs to step in and lift net neutrality out of the regulatory morass.