[Commentary] The 1.1 million public comments the Federal Communications Commission has received on its network neutrality proceeding do not simply reflect the talking points we see in the mainstream media and debated in Washington (DC) policy circ
[Commentary] For those following the debate around whether to classify broadband access service as a “Title II” telecommunications service under the Communications Act of 1934, you may have heard about a thing called “forbearance.”
[Commentary] The extremely aggressive bandwidth caps that most mobile providers impose -- particularly AT&T and Verizon -- don’t make any sense as a way to manage congestion and that they seriously undermine the value of mobile broadband to co
[Commentary] The Supreme Court stubbornly refuses to address Red Lion.
[Commentary] The Federal Communications Commission will vote on a plan to conduct an “incentive auction,” that will pay television broadcasters to give up some of their existing wireless capacity so the FCC can auction it to wireless companies for
[Commentary] So for those of you first timers, and those of you who have gone so long without a contentious Federal Communications Commission meeting you’ve forgotten how it’s done, I’ve prepared this helpful guide on “what is an FCC meeting and w
[Commentary] Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler caused quite a stir when he circulated a new Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on network neutrality.
[Commentary] At the press conference following the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) March 31 Open Meeting, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler made the following observation: “Interconnection is part of the Network Compact.
[Commentary] Wireless spectrum is such a central part of our daily lives that we forget how much we depend on it.