Why federal regulations don't apply to online political campaign ads

A Q&A with Phil Weiser, a professor of law and telecommunications at the University of Colorado, about the state of online political advertising. 

Among the list of banned advertising on Facebook you’ll find the usual suspects: guns, drugs, porn etc. Also, on that list? Bad grammar, and recently added, cryptocurrencies. When it comes to political campaign ads however, the rules are few and far between. Unlike television, radio and print ads, online campaign ads don’t face federal regulations.

Could municipal broadband provide another way online if net neutrality rules go away?

A Q&A with Christopher Mitchell, director of Community Broadband Networks for the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.