Digital Liberty advocates for a consumer-driven market free from heavy regulation or taxation of the Internet, technology, telecommunications, video games, and media.
Tuesday’s event featured a firm consensus that China will be the world’s leader in 5G if the U.S. does not take the proper steps to close the gap.
Kratsios and others have argued that the E.U. and U.S. should have more closely aligned regulatory policies on AI in order to preserve Western leadership in emerging technologies.
Yesterday’s ruling by Judge Victor Marrero in the Southern District of New York means that, after years of bureaucratic hurdles and meddling by activist attorney generals, one of the great “antitrust” sagas of the past decade is finally close to a conclusion.
The plan calls for the spectrum to be distributed through a public auction, which Chairman Pai has proposed be held on December 8 of this year.
Representatives from 12 groups have signed a coalition letter encouraging the FCC to take swift action on the planned C-Band auction.
The Congressmen asked the GAO to perform a comprehensive review of the NTIA’s policies on federal spectrum management.
Digital Liberty Executive Director Katie McAuliffe sent a letter to the Subcommittee’s Chairman Mike Doyle and Ranking Member Bob Latta, urging them to not increase funding for ineffective government broadband adoption programs.
Digital Liberty joined a coalition of 12 groups in opposition to intentionally weakening the encryption of electronic devices.