Toward a More Coherent Privacy Framework

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.

IIA Statement on Pai Renomination

"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.”

Boucher on the Air

Earlier this week, our own Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher appeared on NPR’s “All Tech Considered” to discuss online privacy.

Mad Men Really Did Move West

Broadcasting & Cable

Over at Broadcasting & Cable, our Honorary Chairman Rick Boucher has an op-ed on how Silicon Valley is the “new capital of content.”

A Prudent Pause for Lifeline Designations

In response to a recent editorial published by the Washington Post on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s move to delay approval of nine of the 900 Lifeline providers, our own Bruce Mehlman penned a letter disputing some of the editorial’s claims.

The Big Stream

Streaming video services aren’t just taking over living rooms, they’re increasingly becoming players in content creation and acquisition.

Encouraging Broadband Deployment

Today, new FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced the creation of the Broadband Deployment Advisory Committee, which will work with the Commission to increase — and ease regulatory roadblocks — for broadband deployment.

New Chairman in Town

Long rumored — and now made official — President Trump has named FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai the next Chairman.