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.

Net Neutrality: Ending the Game of Political Soccer

Bloomberg BNA

Without Congressional intervention, net neutrality policy will continue in an endless back-and-forth. Every party change at the White House will produce an FCC that shifts net neutrality rules to its favored terms.

When the Perfect Becomes the Enemy of the Good

The Hill

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.

Panic in Privacy Park

Everyone agrees online privacy is important and that rules governing privacy should be malleable due to changes in technology.