Times Union: Let FTC Enforce Uniform Online Privacy Rules

By Nancy Libin The Senate recently confirmed five nominees to the Federal Trade Commission, the nation’s most important consumer protection agency. It is the most dramatic change in leadership at the agency since the first group of commissioners was sworn in in 1915. The new commissioners already have their hands full, as polls show a […]


Broadcasting & Cable: FCC’s Carr: Internet Won’t End June 12

By John Eggerton Republican FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr signaled this week he thought reports of the impending death of the internet were highly overrated. In an interview for C-SPAN’s Communicators series, Carr said that on June 11, when the FCC’s network neutrality regulation rollback takes effect, consumers “are not going to see the end of the internet” and “in fact, are going […]




Consensus Grows For Congress To Protect Open Internet

Wide Agreement That Bipartisan, Comprehensive Legislation Is The Best Path Forward Broad Consensus Builds For Congress To Create Bipartisan Legislative Approach To Protect Open & Free Internet: A Survey Of Voters From Across The Country Found An Overwhelming 87 Percent Of Voters Support A Legislative Approach That Would Set Clear Rules For The Protection Of […]