New York Scraps Online Sales Tax Proposal

New York governor Andrew Cuomo and the state legislature was getting kudos for scrapping an effort to collect state sales taxes on online transactions.

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FCC's Pai Eyeing Swift Exit for Title II

FCC chairman Ajit Pai is looking to fast-track his anticipated rollback of the FCC's Title II-based Open Internet order.

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No, your online privacy rights aren't gone

Let's set the record straight: First, despite hyperventilating headlines, Internet service providers have never planned to sell...

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Facebook to offer users tips on identifying fake news

“As part of our ongoing efforts, we’ve worked in consultation with First Draft, a non-profit dedicated to improving skills and standards in...

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What Really Happens When the FCC’s Online Privacy Rules Are Cancelled

Last fall, with the clock running out on the Obama administration, the Federal Communications Commission adopted stringent new online...

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Net Neutrality Rules Are Doomed But The Internet Will Remain Neutral

By now it’s pretty evident that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under president Trump will attempt to roll back the...

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Your Internet Data May Become Available to the Highest Bidder

Taking advantage of the Congressional Review Act process, Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced legislation...

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FCC's Open Internet Docket Heats Up

It remains number three on the top 10 list with 402 comments in the past 30 days.

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FCC Launches Advisory Committee to Help Close Nation’s Digital Divide

According to an announcement, the committee will focus on developing specific recommendations on how the FCC can encourage broadband...

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A New Path Forward For Net Neutrality

Let’s begin with the easy part. The Obama Administration’s Title II approach was faulty in at least two key dimensions.

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