California's new law is a legal mess.
Expensive high-speed internet and job training won't transform Appalachia into "Silicon Holler."
The FCC is designed to protect incumbents, enrich politicians, and screw consumers, says economist Thomas Hazlett.
Potential pork projects hardest hit.
FCC votes to change the definition of 'broadband,' increasing the minimum speed required.
The president addresses a country that currently hates his political party by offering more big government.
The government knows better than the service providers, right?
Why invest in fiber-optic if the feds are going to subsidize the competition?
FCC looks at new taxes to pay for expanding broadband access for five percent of the population.
Intelligence court likely ruled that loosened broadband market was beyond the reach of existing snooping rules