Your City Wants To Be In The Broadband Business: We Asked Three Economists For Their Advice

[Commentary] This version of the Bytes Chat discusses the wisdom of restrictions against municipal broadband with three economists who are following the issue closely.

Will San Francisco's City-Wide Fiber Optic Network Succeed? 10 Tech Pros Weigh In

Imagine a metropolitan area in which every single home and business was connected to a municipal fiber-optic network and the internet was a public utility as accessible as electricity or water.

Net Neutrality Is Gone For Now. But Here's Everything That's Next

Here’s how the concept of a free and open internet will continue to exist despite the repelation of these net neutrality regulations.

As 'Star Wars' Bleeds Into The Net Neutrality Saga, Here's How To Forge A Lasting Peace

[Commentary] So long as the Federal Communications Commission is run by majority rule, members of the first faction will never achieve lasting protections to their liking; the pendulum will continue to swing with changes in the White House.