The loss of liberty is rarely done in the bright light, but instead occurs through obscure legal maneuvers.
Technology is supposed to improve our lives, not make it more difficult.
An agreement between the MPAA and a domain name operator is a step toward combating piracy.
The FCC's set-top proposal is inconsistent with its own conclusions about competitiveness.
Class action lawyers turned a law meant to serve consumers into one that is simply self-serving.
Like any business, video providers charge what they can.
At first glace, the FCC's recent set-top box proposal appears to be pro-consumer, but is it?
Another proposed merger of cable companies has brought out the usual opposition.
What we can learn from how Congress reasserted its legislative authority in 1996.
The agency is now in the near-exclusive business of shifting profits among corporate giants.