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#125: An Economics-Free Zone

September 16, 2016

Is the FCC an “economics-free zone?” The agency routinely issues regulations that will have a major impact on businesses and consumers. But does the Commission...


Szóka to Congress: Don’t Rush the IANA Transition

September 14, 2016

A Trial Period Would Safeguard Internet freedom WASHINGTON — Today, TechFreedom President Berin Szóka testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the “IANA transition,” which...


FCC’s Pai Proposes ‘Gigabit Opportunity Zones’

September 13, 2016

Other Reforms Would Ease Broadband Deployment, Bridge Digital Divide WASHINGTON — Today, Ajit Pai, a Republican Commissioner for the Federal Communications Commission, laid out a...


#124: Suing a Website

September 13, 2016

Have you ever been wronged by a website? Have you ever wanted to sue it? Before you rush to hire a lawyer, you may wanna...


#123: Flytenow and Plane-sharing

September 9, 2016

You’re probably familiar with Uber and ride-sharing. But do you ever wonder why there isn’t something similar for air travel? A plane-sharing app? Therewas one, actually,...


FCC Makes Itself King of Copyright

September 8, 2016

WASHINGTON — Today, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a fact sheet announcing his revised proposal to force cable, satellite and telephone companies (MVPDs) to make...