Every new generation of wireless communications has been marked by faster speeds. Next-generation 5G networks, however, will have to do much more, much faster and with better quality.
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.
In a world of converging technology, consumers should have confidence in the fact that our nation’s broadband privacy rules are uniform and consistently applied across the internet.
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?
When are 20 million comments not really 20 million comments? When they are form letters, many apparently generated from “temporary” and “disposable” domains.
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.
It’s good for consumers that there is effective wireless market competition. And it’s good for the country that the FCC’s report is grounded in sound economic analysis.
News and writings from IIA during a busy month of tech policy.
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.”
Today, the Internet Innovation Alliance (IIA) filed reply comments in the FCC’s Internet Freedom proceeding in support of the agency’s proposal to reinstate the information service classification of broadband service and return to the long-standing, bi-partisan, light-touch regulatory framework that propelled exponential internet growth for nearly two decades.