Boston Globe: The Real Reason the Net Neutrality Fight Goes On

By Hiawatha Bray Remember when the Trump administration decided in December to eliminate those “net neutrality” Internet rules issued by the Obama administration in 2015? Well, those rules aren’t quite dead yet. On Wednesday, the US Senate voted to revive them. This bill, overwhelmingly supported by Democrats, will almost certainly be defeated in the GOP-dominated […]


The Small Business & Economic Council’s Statement on the CRA

The United States Senate is expected to vote on a congressional review act (CRA) resolution to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order, and the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBE Council) is urging Senators to reject the move as it will burden small providers, small businesses, and consumers with new costs and […]


Hispanic Technology & Telecommunications Partnership’s Statement on the Senate’s Vote to Overturn the FCC Rules

Today the U.S. Senate voted to restore the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Net Neutrality rules of 2015, through a process called the Congressional Review Act (CRA). The Hispanic Technology and Telecommunications Partnership (HTTP) is not in favor of the use of the CRA process because it does not allow for a full and open debate regarding, what […]


Op-Ed: Why Shelter the Internet Edge Providers

By Anna-Maria Kovacs, Visiting Senior Policy Scholar at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy The Senate is about to vote on a resolution introduced under the Congressional Review Act (CRA) to repeal the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 2017 Restoring Internet Freedom order and resurrect the FCC’s 2015 Open Internet order. The 2015 order […]


Washington Examiner: Democrats Have Suddenly Embraced Internet Price Controls

By Matthew Kandrach A “Kinsley Gaffe” happens in Washington when someone accidentally tells the truth. Democrats committed a big one recently when they admitted their supposed concern for “net neutrality” was actually camouflage for a much more aggressive goal: imposing unpopular and politically unacceptable price controls on the Internet. This issue has been lurking in […]


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