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.

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.

Zero Issues with Zero-Rating

Continuing his fast action upon assuming the Acting Chairmanship, last Friday FCC Chairman Ajit Pai put to rest one of the oddest and most curious theories of the old Commission: the idea that giving something to consumers for free is somehow anti-competitive.

Sensible Action on Midnight Regulations

The departing Obama Administration was busy in its last hours. At the FCC, former Chairman Wheeler took several last-minute actions that have been accurately called “midnight regulations.”

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.

Talking Cybersecurity

This week’s State of the Net panel on cybersecurity, timely-named “Cyber Security Under Trump: Stopping the Hacks,” examined how the new Administration could go about addressing the increasing need for a stiffer digital defense.

New Chairman in Town

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

Embracing Reform

"The incoming Donald Trump Administration is said to have signed off on an approach to remaking the Federal Communications Commission offered by the FCC transition team majority."

The Expected Shakeup

As January 20 rapidly approaches, the future look of the Federal Communications Commission remains cloudy.