There's one reason Elon Musk's Twitter takeover won't bring dramatic changes—a gaggle of Big Tech companies, not Twitter, control the flow of information at every network layer.
Public squares are a cradle for free expression where we, the public, can express approval or dissent, campaign or simply convene with friends with little interference.
The U.S. government has a dysfunction when it comes to 5G, but the issue is not with the private sector—it's with the U.S. government itself.
If China had its way, its censorship practices would be the international standard for the entire internet economy.
Given that our government sits on nearly 60 percent of the U.S.' spectrum, we need interagency cooperation to take care of the real threat gaining on 5G—a totalitarian regime controlling the tool to the most important information machine that has ever existed.
Bringing affordable broadband internet to every American and closing the digital divide has long been a national goal.
Courts must recognize that consumers are in fact paying for these "free" services.
The FCC must find other revenue sources to keep up with the increasing cost of USF programs, and ensure that those funds are used properly.
Congress needs to take the reins away from courts and Big Tech and establish true internet freedom.
Common carriage opens the door to for the government employ public accommodation requirements without running afoul of the First Amendment.