Have the benefits of the regulations been greater than the costs?
There is no legitimate free-market argument for the FCC to overstep its authority and throw local broadcasters into legal limbo.
Forcing cable and satellite video providers to use a common interface makes little sense.
Blocking a website does not equate to an assault on the security of the Internet as a whole.
The FCC chairman plans to eliminate two ancient rules of broadcast regulation.
Two cases show what happens when users can coordinate only to block new technologies.
China is making a mockery of the global trade system, and the US must forcefully push back.
We are now entering a new era of emerging connected technologies.
In contrast to Solyndra, LightSquared has been the victim of a politicized process.
The agency needs to go back to the drawing board.