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Blocking Comcast-TWC Won’t Increase Competition

April 23, 2015

Today, the WSJ reported that Federal Communications Commission staff recommended the agency designate a hearing for Comcast’s proposed merger with Time Warner, signalling that the...


EU vs. Google: Regulators Still Fighting the Last War

April 15, 2015

Today, EU antitrust authorities began another lawsuit against Google, accusing the company of abusing its dominance of the European search market to favor its own...


We Need More Google Fibers, not Government-run Internet

January 14, 2015

WASHINGTON D.C. — Yesterday, the White House released a white paper on “Community-Based Broadband Solutions,” which President Obama will speak about today as part of...


Next-Gen DSL Shatters “Cable Monopoly” Myth

December 23, 2014

FCC Should Reject Static Assumptions Behind Opposition to Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Today, TechFreedom filed reply comments on the petitions of Public Knowledge et al...


Net Neutrality Debate Loses Focus: Title II Would Kill Broadband Competition

October 23, 2014

Behind the push for net neutrality lies an understandable frustration that there isn’t more broadband competition. Unfortunately, the net neutrality movement has been captured by...


Comcast-TWC Merger Would Expand Broadband, Benefit the Underserved

August 25, 2014

Today, TechFreedom filed comments on the proposed merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable. TechFreedom’s filing highlights how the merger would benefit consumers by promoting...