Texas Telemedicine is Ailing
As yet another example of regulation hampering innovation, telemedicine in Texas is being held back by the Texas Medical Board.
Congress Steps In on AllVid Rulemaking
Commending congressional leaders for taking the first steps of Congressional oversight on the FCC’s controversial AllVid rulemaking.
Let the People Speak and Innovate
Politicians and bureaucrats increasingly want to legislate and regulate innovative new products and business models before they even exist. Instead, better to let society express its will before legislators try to do it.
The Internet of (No)Thing
If Washington has its way, the “Internet of Things” won’t be much more than a sprawling, tax-collecting, expansive, government-spying operation.
We Can Have Both Freedom and Security, but Freedom is Harder
The law enforcement function is vital to a safe and secure society, but keeping law enforcement within constitutional limits is vital to a free society. We can have both.
Tax Succor or Sucker Punch
For years, big-government pro-taxers have often deployed parliamentary tricks to thwart the vote on a permanent Internet tax fix. This time, however, there may be nowhere to hide.
Just in Time for Christmas! It's Text Spam
When a company is seeking to use government regulation to pad its own bottom line the government should reject the proposal.
Is SEC's Power Grab More Important Than the Fourth Amendment?
The SEC is holding up ECPA reform in an attempt to parlay more agency power, demanding a carve-out in any updated ECPA bill that would give the agency power to access your data without a warrant.
The Creeping Tentacles of Unrestrained Regulation
We need restraint in the face of ill-defined, or ill-fitting, regulations that were clearly drafted and enacted in another age, for technology found today only in museums.
Playing Politics With Internet Taxes
Congress should move to protect taxpayers and Internet users once and for all by making the moratorium permanent.
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