Digital Liberty advocates for a consumer-driven market free from heavy regulation or taxation of the Internet, technology, telecommunications, video games, and media.

Bad Proposals

Symmetrical Municipal Broadband is Not What Small Business Needs

The U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Small Business held a hearing entitled “Supporting Small Entities through investments in the National Infrastructure: Broadband.” This hearing provided an opportunity for members and special interest alike to repeat the fruitless goals of the Biden Broadband Bust from arbitrary symmetrical speed…

deregulation

Digital Liberty Supports FCC’s Proposed Rules About Device Marketing

You might not realize that all connected devices go through a pretty strict testing process to ensure there isn’t any harmful interference with other devices that also use spectrum to communicate. Because of outdated rules manufactures product launches have been seriously delayed. Rather than being able to have test products,…

Broadband

Errors in Germany’s Broadband Deployment

By: Katie McAuliffe Germany’s failure to incentivize private companies to invest in broadband infrastructure and deployment has led to them having very poor internet access. This should serve as an example to US policymakers who think that broadband networks can magically materialize by ignoring private sector investment in broadband. This…

Bad Proposals

Endless Pork Act

By Bridget Visconti The Endless Frontier Act is truly endless being over 1,445 pages in length. The legislation started as a standalone bill that focused on strengthening the US technology sector and developing a Technology Directorate under the National Science Foundation. However, it’s now been combined with multiple…