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April 4, 2024

Net Neutrality: Regulation for Ideology's Sake

Innovation and economic growth has not deterred activists who simply believe in federal control for the sake of federal control.

March 27, 2024

On AI, a Rush to Legislate Is a Bad Idea

Legislators should be cautious in their rush to legislate on AI to not rule out tools that can be used for innovation and creativity, especially when existing law covers most concerns.

February 27, 2024

When the Future of Online Speech Is at Stake

What is at stake is not just a few big social media platforms, but the future of online speech.

February 8, 2024

The Cost of Protecting Teens Online

Protecting kids is a worthy goal for us all, but there are ways to do it that don’t require sacrificing our liberties and violating our privacy, which is a harm in itself, including for our teens.

January 11, 2024

Thinking Through the Affordable Connectivity Program

It doesn’t make sense to allow the Affordable Connectivity Program, which helps 23 million low-income households afford broadband, lapse because of congressional neglect.

August 10, 2023

Technology Can Save Kids' Lives in Texas

Texas legislators should consider investing in the necessary technology to properly serve its wards in its deficient foster care system instead of spending their time in populist pontificating against “Big Tech.”

August 4, 2023

Texas Goes Big on Broadband...Maybe

Loads of new federal dollars for expanded broadband access presents Texas (and other states) an opportunity to make broadband available to every resident. But the state will have to stay laser-focused on reaching unserved communities instead of taking the easier road and creating additional competition for existing broadband customers.

June 20, 2023

World Wi-Fi Day and the Value of Unlicensed Spectrum

You can be forgiven for not knowing that today is World Wi-Fi Day, but you’re certainly aware of the importance of wi-fi to our modern economy and lifestyles. That’s why it’s concerning that Congress has allowed the FCC’s authority to auction and allocate spectrum to lapse. Congress should prioritize restoring the FCC’s authority with the recognition that unlicensed spectrum is also of immense economic value to the economy.

May 18, 2023

Surrendering Privacy to Protect Children Online

A variety of legislative proposals across the country attempt to limit “children’s” or minors’ ability to be online, but the implications reach right to our basic liberties.

February 22, 2023

This Section 230 Stuff Is not as Complicated as You Might Think

Critics of Big Tech are misrepresenting Section 230 and purposely convoluting its meaning. It’s really not all that complicated.

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