Monopoly-style regulation from the days of rotary phones is simply inappropriate in today’s competitive, innovative broadband marketplace.
Just as in 1974, when a window existed for bipartisan approval of a sweeping healthcare reform, today’s Congress has an equally promising opportunity to pass legislation putting the net neutrality debate to rest.
Today, the FCC took steps to jumpstart greater investment in America’s next-generation broadband networks and services.
If CLECs truly want to participate in this market, it’s time for them to invest and compete by building modern networks.
It's time for the FCC to move forward with Business Data Services reform that promote investment.
Originally appointed to the commission by President Obama, Pai is everything that many critics claim Trump nominees should be more of.
According to the latest FCC data, the Business Data Services market is the very definition of competitive.
Everyone agrees online privacy is important and that rules governing privacy should be malleable due to changes in technology.
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.
After 12 years, it’s time to end the special access show. It didn’t last quite as long as the Broadway hit “The Fantasticks,” but then again, it was nowhere near as enjoyable.