A New Way to Look at Net Neutrality

New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute is circulating a proposal by consultant CTC Technology and Energy titled “Mobile Broadband Networks Can Manage Congestion While Abiding By Open Internet Principles” that…

November 18, 2014 0

FCC Drama on Net Neutrality and Spectrum

The February 15 FCC Open Meeting promises to be one of the more widely-viewed and discussed Commission meeting in a long time. The agenda includes some action on the upcoming…

May 14, 2014 0

Wall St. Journal: Time to Give Up the Net Neutrality Quest

My op-ed in Wednesday’s Wall St. Journal brims with advice (put the title “Time to Give Up the Net-Neutrality Quest” into Google if you’re not a subscriber) for FCC Chairman…

February 4, 2014 0

What the Heck is “Net Neutrality” Anyhow?

You may have noticed there’s been some talk on the Internet lately about something called “net neutrality”. It’s connected to a court decision on the FCC, in which the court…

January 21, 2014 4

Big Win for FCC in Net Neutrality Case

The DC Circuit Court threw us a curveball (or maybe a Mo Rivera cutter) in upholding the FCC’s argument that Section 706 of the Communications Act provides it with jurisdiction…

January 15, 2014 3