Two provisions of CISA might do something positive, but Richard Burr wants to gut them.
The rise of cutting-edge tech companies is evidence that patents create economic opportunities.
The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act is significantly flawed.
Striking down the Safe Harbor agreement has resulted in legal chaos on two continents.
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.