Now that the Senate has voted 50-48 to reverse confusing and unnecessary broadband privacy rules established under the Obama administration, the resolution will likely be taken up by the House next week.
Perhaps the greatest broadband bang for the buck can be realized by reforming business taxes.
"In just a few short weeks as Chairman of the FCC, Ajit Pai has already taken bold steps to bring the agency more fully into the broadband era and to restore openness and transparency in the agency's procedures and actions.”
Earlier this week, our own Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher appeared on NPR’s “All Tech Considered” to discuss online privacy.
The next generation of progress for African Americans will be economic, particularly eliminating income and wealth inequality. Entrepreneurship and high-quality, high-paying jobs will be an important part of that solution, and increasing access to high-speed broadband will make closing the gaps easier.
In his initial actions, Pai has engendered some partisan attacks, but we should give credit where it is due.
Chairman Pai's plan to abandon the FCC's fragmented privacy framework and restore a uniform set of privacy protections will give consumers the true sense of security they deserve, while spurring innovation, investment and new services.
Throughout his career in government, new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai has made it clear that he cares about broadband deployment — a lot.
One thing we should all be able to agree on is the idea that keeping the gig economy growing should be as nonpartisan as an issue can get.
Over at Broadcasting & Cable, our Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher has an op-ed on how Silicon Valley is the “new capital of content.”