Letter to the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology
Dear Members of the House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, During your hearing on “5G and Beyond: Exploring the Next Wireless Frontier.” Digital Liberty would like to recommend extending FCC auction authority, adherence to the interagency process for spectrum allocations, and avoidance of instituting a minimum book tax. FCC auction…
Coalition Opposes Bad Broadband Proposals
A coalition of center-right organizations sent an open letter to Senators asking for common sense policies to expand broadband adoption without needlessly wasting taxpayer dollars or empowering unelected bureaucrats. You can read the letter below or as a pdf by clicking HERE July 23, 2021 RE: Broadband Infrastructure…
Digital Liberty Joins Coalition Opposing BRIDGE Act
Digital Liberty signed a letter opposing the BRIDGE Act. This legislation would increase the size and scope of the federal government negatively affecting broadband deployment, while also limiting the constitutionally delegated power of states over their own subdivisions. You can read the full letter below or click HERE…
FCC: Four Years of Realized Opportunities
It is normal procedure for the Federal Communications Commission to appear before House and Senate Committees, but the blatant politicization is unacceptable. With the title of the hearing being “Trump FCC: Four Years of Lost Opportunities,” we all know this is a set up for political grandstanding. The title is…
Coalition Encourages FCC and Chairman Pai to Move Quickly on C-Band Auction
Representatives from 12 groups have signed a coalition letter encouraging the FCC to take swift action on the planned C-Band auction.
Say No to Increased Spending on Ineffective Government Broadband Adoption Programs
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 Joins Coalition Opposing Weakening Encryption
Digital Liberty joined a coalition of 12 groups in opposition to intentionally weakening the encryption of electronic devices.