Digital Liberty advocates for a consumer-driven market free from heavy regulation or taxation of the Internet, technology, telecommunications, video games, and media.
In a major win for the free and open internet, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Restoring Internet Freedom Order in a ruling today.
The FCC announced on Monday, September 16th that it would approve five spectrum access system administrators to begin initial commercial deployments in the 3.5 GHz band.
The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights examined the country’s top antitrust regulators in a heated -- and at times tense -- hearing on Tuesday.
In Tuesday’s Senate Judiciary antitrust oversight hearing, one question came up repeatedly: Is it effective for both the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice to enforce antitrust laws?
As technology and Artificial Intelligence reach ubiquity in everyday life, businesses and governments around the world are looking for ways to make these services increasingly beneficial to consumers.
Diverting 911 fees from public safety networks is illegal, but that doesn’t stop some from using this money for unrelated and inappropriate purposes.
The FCC approved a Report and Order that would remove ownership restrictions and allow auctioning of the 2.5 GHz band’s white space, leading to greater commercial use in the band and technological innovation.
After studying the issue for six years, the FCC announced last week that it will maintain its existing radiofrequency exposure safety standards.