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And many, many other ways government is stupid, imperious, and an impediment to progress and the marketplace. Here’s hoping the poor flood victims of Louisiana - aren’t subjected to the governmental inanity being inflicted upon the poor flood vic...

The Federal Communications Commission is just as fed up with robocalls as you are. After opening the door for telecoms to offer robocall blocking services last year, and urging those companies to make them available for free last month, members of th...

I’ve never liked the term “public xxx” - when used for things like “public schools” or “National Public Radio (NPR).” Because it’s not “public” - it’s government. Which means government takes money from productive private enterp...

If there was any doubt that HTC is working on at least one Nexus phone this year, the FCC (and a handful of leaks) just erased it. The regulator has received an HTC filing for smartphones that will be explicitly branded as a Nexus -- a letter says y...

If you ask any American to name the things they love the most, they are sure to reply, “debt collectors, intrusive pre-recorded phone calls, and the federal government!” So today — under orders to do so from a piece of rushed, tacked-on legisla...

If you were hoping that the FCC's efforts to protect municipal broadband would survive telecoms' attempts to destroy it, we have bad news. A federal appeals court has shot down an FCC order that preempted laws banning city-run internet acce...

Tea Party-dominated states across America passed laws banning cities from providing high-speed internet access to their residents, even in places where the cable/telco duopoly had decided not to sell broadband; last year, the FCC issued an order stat...