Technology is deeply integrated across sectors and across our economy.
As technology plays an increasing role in our daily lives, policymakers are trying to better understand how to respond.
Technology has long been an agile and fluid force, creating and disrupting labor sectors throughout history.
Congress using the Congressional Review Act is the quickest, most efficient way to undo the FCC’s rules.
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The House passed bipartisan legislation that modernizes government and meets the needs of today’s innovation-driven economy.
Not treating broadband providers as public utilities under the Communications Act is a place to start.
America needs a leader who supports policies that allow all businesses to succeed in a dynamic global economy and that advance innovation.
A Chamber Technology Engagement Center poll finds that the public understands the value in internet-connected devices.
If the FCC gets its broadband privacy rule wrong, ISPs, consumers, and edge providers could all suffer negative consequences.
Right now, the public is prevented from engaging the FCC on its proposal.
Many of us have been in this situation: wanting to help a sick loved one from across the country or trying to consolidate medical records
The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportational Committee heard from all five FCC Commissioners.