Verizon’s pending appeal of the Federal Communications Commission’s network neutrality order presents one of the most significant legal questions in modern telecommunications policy: whether, and t
Following its second stinging judicial rebuke in as many attempts to impose Internet regulations, the FCC is now gearing up for a third try.
In this analysis of technology delivery, the authors contend that in recent years, over-the-air broadcasters have been able to exact increasingly higher fees for permitting Multichannel Video
This document is a testimony by Randolph May.
The Federal Communications Commission now has an opportunity to rethink its misguided aggressive regulatory approa
Economic prosperity generated by and through intellectual property is dependent upon the existence of the same con
Explosive growth in the purchase and delivery of digital goods and services through the Internet cloud is a sure source of economic vitality and optimism for our nation.
In this essay by Deborah Tate, asserts that smart phones represent technology that is changing our lives, enabling us to gain new research and insights into disease through collaboration
Why Stovepipe Regulation No Longer Works: An Essay on the Need for a New Market-Oriented Communications Policy
In the ten years since enactment of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the telecommunications industry has undergone profound technological and marketplace changes.