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FCC Commissioner Has ‘No Idea’ How Net Neutrality Privacy Regulations Work

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FCC Commissioner Has ‘No Idea’ How Net Neutrality Privacy Regulations Work

The broadband industry and the Federal Communications Commission are equally confused about the agency's new net neutrality privacy order, which came out of its Enforcement Bureau last week and seeks to ensure providers are "taking reasonable, good-faith steps" to protect consumer privacy.…

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FCC Commissioner Has ‘No Idea’ How Net Neutrality Privacy Regulations Work

The broadband industry and the Federal Communications Commission are equally confused about the agency's new net neutrality privacy order, which…
by Giuseppe Macri | May 28, 2015 Read More

“Know Before You Go”: Bipartisan College Data Bill Aims to Help Students Make Responsible Financial Decisions

Should the federal government be collecting more data on college students if it helps determine which schools best equip graduates…
by Graham Vyse | May 28, 2015 Read More

Why Apple’s Patent Win Against Samsung is a Loss for Consumers and Innovation

A recent federal appeals court ruling in the never-ending patent war between smartphone giants Apple and Samsung could have a…
by Giuseppe Macri | May 28, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Toxicity, Too Much of a Good Thing?

In light of a recent bipartisan agreement to overhaul the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976, remarks such as this…
by Richard Williams | May 28, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Liberal Thought Police Take Aim at Recipes

As I have documented on these pages before, liberal bias in the media is very real, a pervasive epidemic easily…
by Bill Greener III | May 28, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Hedge Funds Forcing Corporations to Pay Shareholders Are Good for the Economy

Activist investors and institutional shareholders are increasingly forcing publicly held companies to return more cash to shareholders—that’s good for the…
by Peter Morici | May 27, 2015 Read More

Opinion: Documentaries Peddle Autism Junk Science

What do Sean Penn and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. have in common? They’re both wealthy celebrities pushing new documentaries that…
by Dr. Joseph Perrone, Sc.D. | May 27, 2015 Read More

Report: Many Federal Agencies Don’t Know How Much They Spend On Their Own Smartphones

The federal government devotes an estimated $1.2 billion every year to mobile devices and related services for employees, including smartphones,…
by Graham Vyse | May 26, 2015 Read More