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Title II Regulations Constrict the Freedom of the Open Internet

November 3, 2015

The legal battle over the Federal Communications Commission’s Internet regulations is the culmination of the agency’s long ambition to turn the Internet into the telephone network according to Tech Innovator Dan Berninger. In a recent op-ed written for Morning Consult, the VoIP pioneer criticizes the FCC for its lackluster management of landline telephone networks and warned a similar future […]

Tech Innovators Petition Against Title II Regulation

October 15, 2015

Tech Innovators Jeff Pulver, Charles Giancarlo, and David Frankel recently signed on to a joint filing alongside Scott Banister, Wendell Brown, Cari.net, and TechFreedom against the Federal Communications Commission’s precarious Open Internet regulations. Following Daniel Berninger and Alamo Broadband’s joint filing last week, this filing criticizes the FCC for giving itself powers over the Internet […]

Tech Innovator Dan Berninger Joins Alamo Broadband in Court Filing

October 8, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission’s Open Internet Order is facing yet another legal challenge. Earlier this week, Tech Innovator Daniel Berninger joined with Texas Internet service provider Alamo Broadband in filing a brief with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia contending the FCC’s new regulations. The brief argues that by prohibiting […]

Spotlight on our “Innovator of the Week”: John Perry Barlow

September 24, 2015

Since the dawn of the technology revolution, the rapid pace of advancement in Silicon Valley has been at odds with the sluggish, outdated carousel that is the U.S. government. This division could not have been put on greater display than at Tech Crunch Disrupt 2015 earlier this week. When interviewed about his thoughts on the matter, […]

Title II Fight Will Head to the Supreme Court Says Dan Berninger

September 2, 2015

No matter the outcome of the latest lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission’s Net Neutrality regulations, the issue has a high likelihood of heading to the Supreme Court, according to Tech Innovator Dan Berninger. In a recent interview with Watchdog.org’s Josh Peterson, Berninger criticized the Federal Communications Commission’s management of the communications industry and projected […]

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