Washington Post: Republicans voted to roll back landmark FCC privacy rules. Here’s what you need to know.
House Republicans voted Tuesday to repeal a set of landmark privacy protections for Web users, in a sharp pivot away from the Internet policies of the Obama administration. President Trump is expected to sign the measure. (more…)
This is an old fight in a new ring. It's about whether regulators or Internet service providers should be trusted to manage the Web. Gigi Sohn debates Thomas Hazlett in the pages of the Wall Street Journal. Read here.
Remarks of Gigi B. Sohn, Counselor to FCC Chairman Wheeler, 4th Annual Professor Anthony J. Santoro Business Law Lecture Series in Providence, Rhode Island on September 24, 2015. Read here.
Remarks of Gigi B. Sohn, Counselor to the Chairman Federal Communications Commission at Net Inclusion 2016: The National Digital Inclusion Summit in Kansas City, MO on May 18, 2016. Read here.
The new Federal Communications Commission chairman has moved quickly to reverse some Obama administration moves. The changes could affect consumers who use cable TV or the Internet. (more…)
Easy and fast access to the Internet has become critical to everyday life—so critical, many say, Internet access providers should be regulated as utilities. On Monday, President Obama agreed. He called on the FCC to create “the strongest possible rules” to require broadband service providers to treat all internet data…