Broadband After the Pandemic

As the pandemic starts to fade, we won’t return to the old normal but we’ll reach a new normal with more broadband of all kinds, especially mobile, with less TV watching.  Against that background, the efforts of Congress to shore up the old normal are going to fail.

March 16, 2021 0

Net Neutrality on Trial…Again!

California’s net neutrality law got a reprieve from friendly California Judge John Mendez yesterday. Plaintiffs were seeking an injunction to keep the law from taking effect while litigation is pending,…

February 24, 2021 0

How We Share Spectrum

Cocktail Party

Barring the advent of some new technology that allows you and your neighbors to use the same band at the same time with absolutely no interference, this is all there is. We will have have such a technology someday, but we quite have it yet.  

January 11, 2021 0

John Horrigan on Digital Inclusion

Everything policy makers need to know about digital inclusion in one easy podcast.

December 25, 2020 0

No Repeal Without a Replacement

Let’s identify a pair of problems for Congress to address with specific guidelines and see where that takes us. I nominate arbitrary moderation and data privacy and security.

December 4, 2020 0

Filling in the Gaps in Section 230

Starting with a relatively easy problem will make Congress better equipped to handle the harder questions down the road.

November 23, 2020 0

Dark Clouds on the Spectrum Horizon

Ditch DoD’s Rivada Plan

November 11, 2020 0

Who Do You Trust? Zero-Trust Networks

Episode 56 of the podcast is a conversation with Dr. Lisa J. Porter on zero-trust architectures. Porter started the current conversation on calibrating expectations about trust and security in the…

October 19, 2020 0