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.

Taking Lifeline Local

Kudos to the Commission for taking this important step in keeping the critical Lifeline program relevant and effective in the digital age.

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.

Boucher on the Air

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

The Tech Road Ahead

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.