Heartland Institute Experts React to Resignation of FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski said Friday he’ll be stepping down “in the coming weeks” before his term expires at the end of June.
Heartland Institute Experts React to Google Antitrust Ruling
The Federal Trade Commission on Thursday ended its antitrust investigation against Google, finding it had not violated the law in the way it structures its search application.
Heartland Institute Reacts to Common Cause Report on ‘Greenlight’ Municipal Broadband in Wilson, NC
Common Cause, a liberal advocacy group, and the Institute for Local Self Reliance released a report Friday praising the municipal fiber optic broadband network in Wilson, North Carolina.
Heartland Institute Reacts to T-Mobile/MetroPCS Merger
Deutsche Telekom, the German parent company of T-Mobile, announced Wednesday it will purchase telecom competitor MetroPCS and merge its assets into the company.
Heartland Institute Reacts to FCC Internet Tax Plans
The Federal Communications Commission on Friday announced the launch of the first phase of the new Connect America Fund, a "modernization" of the Universal Service Fund to provide broadband Interne
Heartland Institute Tech Experts React to Death of SOPA/PIPA Bills in Congress
Heartland Institute Reacts to SOPA Protest by Wikipedia, Other Sites
Several widely popular Web sites, including Wikipedia and Reddit, went dark today to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act, dramatically raising the profile of this obscure but important issue.
Heartland Institute Tech Expert Reacts to FCC’s ‘Lifeline’ Proposal
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Julius Genachowski today proposed reforming the Lifeline program that is part of the Universal Service Fund to provide telephone service to low-income Ame
Heartland Institute Tech, Antitrust Experts React to Collapse of AT&T/T-Mobile Merger
AT&T announced Monday it had abandoned its plan to acquire T-Mobile for $39 billion, citing push-back from the U.S.
Heartland Institute Reacts to NTSB’s Call to Ban Use of Cell Phones While Driving
The National Transportation Safety Board on Tuesday recommended all states ban the use of cell phones while driving.
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