The Internet shouldn’t be a walled garden. It should remain a haven for innovation and free expression.
The agency's ability to regulate broadband is at stake.
No company's Internet traffic is supposed to get priority over another's—but enough money can change that.
The Republican planks mark an objection to regulation and a belief in the free market.
A new manifesto by the Texas Congressman takes aim at legislation like SOPA.
The Web’s richest nerds and the industrialized world’s greatest bureaucrats gathered Tuesday and Wednesday in Paris this week to decide what to do with our Internet. How kind of them!
While no particular law will be enacted as a result of the meeting, broad recommendations will supposedly ensue (though they were never actually discussed in the forum). From the hints dropped, however, they seem to indicate that we’re one step closer to the day the barroom-brawl Internet we know now will come to an end -- at least if these self-appointed grandees have their way.