The FCC's Net Neutrality Two Step
The agency’s conflicting rationales seem largely arbitrary. Moreover, its action abandons a longstanding bipartisan consensus favoring net neutrality.
Versus Trump: Trump The Trustbuster (Interview with Lina Khan)
On this week’s episode of Versus Trump, Charlie has an interview with antitrust expert Lina Khan, Director of Legal Policy of the Open Markets Institute, about the lawsuit filed by the Trump Administration to block the proposed AT&T/Time Warner merger. Listen now!
Updates | The Week of November 20, 2017
The FCC released plans to abolish both federal and state net neutrality rules. The Active Cyber Defense Certainty Act (ACDC) may address calls for more robust offensive cyber action by the government.
Where did the existing rules come from? What do these rules accomplish? And what effect might their repeal have?
Treason and Cyberwarfare
By Carlton Larson: There are two forms of treason recognized under the United States Constitution: (1) levying war against the United States; and (2) adhering to our enemies, giving them aid and comfort. Each raises slightly different issues with respect to cyberwarfare.
Network Neutrality: What’s Next at the FCC?
Among Obama-era FCC initiatives, none grabbed the public’s attention like the fight over net neutrality. Now that Republicans control the FCC, here's what might happen.
Updates | The Week of April 17, 2017
FCC Chair Ajit Pai has taken steps to roll back Obama-era rules including business broadband price caps; he also solicited feedback on pulling back net neutrality.
Updates | The Week of April 24, 2017
This week, the FCC suggested a plan to reduce government oversight of high-speed internet providers, undercutting Obama-era policies preventing cable companies from blocking or slowing dock online content.
Updates | The Week of March 20, 2017
This week, a Take Care contributor predicted that the new Republican majority at the Federal Communications Commission might walk back net neutrality.
Updates | The Week of March 27, 2017
The Trump Administration has announced a shift away from Obama-era net neutrality rules as a bill allowing internet service providers to market customers' browsing history to third parties heads to President Trump's desk.
Updates | The Week of April 10, 2017
The Federal Communications Commission is considering elimination of net neutrality rules, but consumer groups and congressional Democrats will likely object.
Updates | The Week of May 1, 2017
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied en banc review of a decision upholding the Federal Trade Commission’s net neutrality rules.