Flashback Friday

Last week, IIA Co-Chair Jamal Simmons moderated a conversation with experts in the field of machine learning, IoT, and 5G in San Francisco. Speakers included Arpit Joshipura, General Manager of Networking at the Linux Foundation and Amit Pradhan, Managing General Partner of JetVentures.

Flashback Friday

Earlier this month, our Co-Chairman Bruce Mehlman made an appearance on CNBC’s Squawk Alley to talk about the growing political pressure tech companies like Facebook and Google are facing.

The Numbers Don’t Lie

For the first time in eight years, the FCC’s Annual Mobile Wireless Competition Report has arrived with a clear answer to the question, Is the wireless market competitive?

Why Broadband’s Future Hinges on Tax Reform’s Present

Tax reform may well be the most critical broadband policy question of 2017 and here’s why: Corporate tax reform is critical to the pace of economic growth, accelerating productivity and faster investment, each essential to a broadband-friendly economic environment.

How the FCC Redefined the Internet

Our own Bruce Mehlman had an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal recently on the need for the FCC to once again classify the internet as an “information service.”

A Messy Docket

It’s no secret that the Title II repeal put forward by the FCC has been a rather hot topic. But as a new report from data analytics company Emprata shows, the public comment phase has been inundated with an amazing number of dubious entries.

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.