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#119: FCC Loses on Government Broadband

August 26, 2016

When government-run broadband networks in Chattanooga, TN and Wilson, NC sought to expand beyond their cities’ boundaries, they ran into state restrictions. The cities asked...


#112: Verizon Shifts on Business Broadband

August 10, 2016

Is Verizon moving away from broadband and fiber deployment? Earlier this month, the company filed an ex parte with the FCC indicating support for price...


#110: TechFreedom Appeals FCC Power Grab

August 4, 2016

What’s next in the litigation over Title II and the FCC’s “net neutrality” rules? In June, the FCC scored a victory when the D.C. Circuit...


FCC Spectrum Frontiers Vote is a Great Start, but More Hurdles Remain

July 14, 2016

WASHINGTON D.C. — Today, at the FCC’s monthly open meeting, the Commission voted to open up high-frequency spectrum bands, paving the way for 5G mobile...


FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules Are Rushed, Unnecessary

July 7, 2016

WASHINGTON, DC — Yesterday, TechFreedom and the Competitive Enterprise Institute filed reply comments with the FCC urging the agency to reconsider its rushed attempt to...


#99: Controlling the Price of Business Broadband

June 29, 2016

Who should set the price of broadband? Businesses, or the government? While the FCC doesn’t (yet) regulate the price of your home Internet connection, the...