Freedom wins in battle to control the ’Net.
I wish I could get Susan to agree that it’s no time to let captive thinking premised on a hypothesized market trump the competitive realities of the broadband marketplace. If such thinking ever were to lead to regulating broadband providers as public utilities, rest assured that consumers would be the real losers.
Comcast has instituted a program, now in its second year, called Internet Essentials. Its purpose is to give low-income families — those eligible for school lunch programs — affordable access to broadband[...]
Wireless communications have changed the lives of millions of people across the United States and the world. With the rapid expansion of wireless services has come growing pains. The electronic[...]
House Republicans’ recent attempt of June 15 to eliminate funding for the FCC’s “Open Internet Order” is the most recent of many objections to the Commission’s support of the plan[...]
Sam Karnick, one of the most perceptive writers and thinkers in the free-market movement, has some interesting things to say about the recent kerfuffle over Keef Uberegoman at the Infotech[...]
The Federal Communications Commission today finally approved the merger between Comcast and NBC/Universal. Heartland friend Seton Motley had a great take down of the particulars at Big Government a few[...]