Big Telecom and Big Cable Score Another Big Win
March 29, 2017
Ever notice that when you go shopping online, ads for whatever you were shopping for show up in your Facebook and Twitter feeds and on other web pages you visit? Action in Congress on Tuesday dramatically increased the likelihood that you’ll soon be seeing even more such ads.
Trump's Dangerous Attack on Federal Regulations
January 31, 2017
The President's stated goal of a 75 percent cut in federal regulations in unattainable, and a bad idea to boot.
The Internet Discussion We're Not Having
March 7, 2016
Our media are letting us down. From their mostly vapid coverage of the 2016 Presidential campaign on television to the paucity of new information on the Internet’s major “news” sites, the communications ecosystem is failing our democracy. It’s a failure that has already cost us dearly and a breakdown that will only get worse until we recognize and confront the damage that has been done. Sadly, amid the incessant hurling of personal broadsides and character assassination from many of the candidates, and the ubiquitous replay of sordid electioneering masquerading as “breaking news” on just about every channel, real coverage of issues gets the hindmost.
Competition benefits everyone
August 6, 2015
What happens when a community treats the Internet like an essential service?
Misrepresenting the People's Will
June 18, 2015
Americans want the Internet to remain free and open. The Appropriations Committee’s majority has demonstrated just how out of touch it is with the nation.