On Internet Regulation, The FCC Goes Back To The Future

[Commentary] Exactly two years ago, I predicted in a lengthy post that eight major Internet policy initiative undertaken by the Federal Communications Commission under then-Chairman Tom Wheeler would fall victim, sooner rather than later, to legal

Ohio V. American Express: Do Monopoly Platforms Deserve Special Treatment Under Antitrust?

[Commentary] The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a pivotal antitrust case involving American Express (“AmEx”).

Groups Mass Against Lifeline Changes

The Federal Communications Commission is getting major pushback on its vote to revamp the Lifeline communications subsidy program.