From a Walled Garden to a Rainforest

Too often, “net neutrality” is used as a blanket that, if applied by many proponents, could smother very real progress and innovation. As the iPhone and its ecosystem show, sometimes the open internet could use a wall here or there.

Jamal Simmons in The Hill

A sound economy relies on reasonable and restrained regulation that leaves lots of room for innovation, growth and profits. That’s why Congress should stop the ping-pong effect of the Net Neutrality debate as power passes back and forth between political parties.

Right Steps Forward

Today, the FCC took steps to jumpstart greater investment in America’s next-generation broadband networks and services.

Panic in Privacy Park

Everyone agrees online privacy is important and that rules governing privacy should be malleable due to changes in technology.

Response to the OED Announcement

We congratulate Chairman Pai on his announcement that the FCC plans to establish an Office of Economics and Data (OED) to make Commission decisions based on economics.

A Consistent Broadband Privacy Framework

We are pleased that today’s action eliminates the FCC’s rules that would have provided varying degrees of data protection based solely on what type of internet company accesses your data.