The Constitution Catches Up With Chairman Wheeler
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler tried to defy one of the simplest, most basic constitutional limits on federal power—and he lost.
Internet Sales Taxes and the Republican Platform
The Republican Party's platform has taken a strong stand against state efforts to tax internet sales across state lines, an important step given the lack of policy clarity coming from the party's presidential candidate.
San Francisco's "Tech Tax" Is a Revenue Grab, Not a Solution to Homelessness
Those who govern the City of High Taxes by the Bay have decided that even higher taxes, targeted at their most productive residents, will solve the problem of homelessness.
Watching TV Through Apps
Why, in this Golden Age of programming, should we allow the FCC to force dramatic change upon the business models of programmers and homogenize their creative output?
Only Congress Can Stop FCC's Sweeping Regulation of the Internet
Only Congress can undo the FCC's broad assertion of power over the Internet and return to the light touch regulation that facilitated the Internet revolution in the first place. Congress should act.
FTC Should Have Priority Over Internet Privacy
Too many government entities looking after our privacy means that we do not have any.
Republican Senators Attempt to Kill Email Privacy Act
Although House members recently passed the Email Privacy Act with unanimous consensus, some Republicans in the Senate are trying to kill the legislation. Why?
Trending Topic: Let the Market Work
If conservative concerns lead Facebook to design a more robust and transparent system that ensures fairness to all its users, that is a market success, not a market failure. Let’s let it play out.
Only Government Could Oppose Ride-Sharing
Who could oppose a new service that is universally loved by its participants? Government, of course—especially government at its worst.
It's The Senate's Turn To Protect Your Digital Rights
Presidential politics means we have only about two months left of useful legislative time, so it’s time for the Senate to get its act together and move the Email Privacy Act.
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