Emily Stewart

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act: Next Big Battle over Internet Freedom

In April, Washington lawmakers overwhelmingly passed a narrow bill that seeks to crack down on sex trafficking online. To most, it seemed like a no-brainer: Sex trafficking is obviously bad.

What the government could actually do about Facebook

As Mark Zuckerberg appears before Congress, a look at what lawmakers can and can’t do about Facebook.

Net neutrality isn’t the only way to keep the internet fair. It’s just the only way in America.

One reason why network neutrality is such a big deal is that competition among broadband providers is more limited in the United States than it perhaps has to be. Other countries have found a way to create competition: forcing big internet service

8 antitrust experts on what Trump’s war on CNN means for the AT&T–Time Warner merger

While many agree the government does have a legitimate antitrust case against the megamerger between AT&T and Time Warner — the combined, vertically integrated company could potentially freeze out competitors, withhold or increase the price of