Editorials: Scott Cleland

Top Ten Questions to Ask About Title II Utility Regulation of Internet

If Congress or the media seek incisive oversight/accountability questions to ask the FCC about the real world implications and unintended consequences of its Title II net neutrality plans, here are

The GoogleNet Playbook & Zero Pricing – A Special Report

GoogleNet is Google’s vision to leverage its proliferating dominance by offering global, near-free Internet-access, mobile connectivity, and Internet-of-Things connectivity via a global, largely-wi

Top Ten Adjectives to Describe FCC Title II Net Neutrality Regulation

The top ten most descriptive adjectives for the President’s claim that Title II utility regulation authority is needed to implement net neutrality are:

The Federal Communications Congress?

Apparently Congress has an aspiring legislative rival in the Federal Communications Commission.

Google’s Dominance Isn’t Peaking Its Proliferating!

Apparently Google hopes to convince the new European Commission to buy into the same market predicate that it convinced Mr.

FCC Should Ask Congress for Authority to Address Internet Fast Lane Issue

If the FCC believes it needs additional legal authority to ensure no Internet “fast lanes” or “paid prioritization,” it should ask Congress for the authority to do it.

Will the FCC Break the Internet?

Actions speak louder than words. The world is watching to see where the FCC’s actions will lead international telecommunications regulators going forward.

Stealing from Competitors is “How Google Works”

Google executives’ saccharine best-selling book: “How Google Works,” pr