Editorials: Scott Cleland

NetCompetition’s FCC Comments – Don’t Preempt State Muni Broadband Laws

There are two core reasons the FCC should not try to preempt State muni-broadband laws.

Debunking Consumerist Bogus Claim Mobile Data Does Not Compete with Cable

Pro-regulation interests often resort to highly misleading arguments to advance their cause.

Internet Peering Doesn’t Need Fixing – NetComp CommActUpdate Submission

The old adage is true here; “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.”

Maryland Rules Uber is a Common Carrier - Will FCC Agree?

The Daily Record reports that the Maryland Public Service Commission ruled that Uber is

Supreme Court and European Union Expose Google's Massive Privacy Liabilities

Google has privacy clay feet. The NSA and Big Data may also, since they are relying on many of the same outdated legal assumptions as Google.

Silicon Valley’s 6 Biggest Net Neutrality Fantasies Special Report

If Silicon Valley folks are indeed the smartest of the smart, how could they be so easily fooled on net neutrality? 

FCC’s Netflix Internet Peering Inquiry – Top Ten Questions – Part 17 Netflix Series

Does Netflix have any responsibility to help provide its users the streaming service that they paid Netflix for by connecting with ISPs in the high quality manner that most all other cont

Google Skybox Spy-Satellites: Big Brother Inc. Always Watching

Who does Google think they are fooling?