Onerous IP laws threaten a free and open internet in a way deregulation never can.
New rules would require internet providers to be transparent about their services.
As people worry about the net neutrality vote, public officials threaten our rights to free speech.
But would TV’s favorite libertarian
really favor federal regulation of the Internet?
Set aside the Chicken Little fears about the internet dying.
Reason.com's editor in chief hashes it out with the FCC Chairman who passed net neutrality.
Nick Gillespie, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman and Matt Welch discuss sex scandals and net neutrality.
It turns out that Tom Wheeler, the FCC head who imposed the rules, doesn't know what he's talking about.
Do net neutrality advocates fear consumer choice?
Promises that "we're going to see an explosion in the kinds of connectivity and the depth of that connectivity" like never before.
Fifth Column interview, FCC chair announces the beginning of the end of Title II regulatory classification of Internet companies, frets about the culture of free speech, and calls social-media regulation "a dangerous road to cross."
The Obama-era “Open Internet Order” discourages a free internet.
Confusion over net neutrality rules has internet providers too scared to offer freebies, even though it’s legal.
The FCC is designed to protect incumbents, enrich politicians, and screw consumers, says economist Thomas Hazlett.
Do you really want the Nipplegate people regulating your internet access?
The internet did just fine before bureaucrats started micromanaging it.
This isn't about whether the internet will be free and open. It's about how much power the FCC should have.
A transparent attempt to establish government control over the rare place where freedom is still highly regarded.
Goodbye and good riddance to the Obama administration's "Open Internet Order."