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U.S. Investment Heroes of 2014: Investing at Home in a Connected World

In this era of globalization, goods, services, money, people, and data all cross national borders with ease. Indeed, connectedness to the rest of the world…

Mandatory Interconnection: Should the FCC Serve as Internet Traffic Cop?

Since the agreement between Comcast and Netflix was struck in February 2014, several parties have called on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate dealings…

Stumping Patent Trolls On The Bridge To Innovation

President Obama brought much needed attention this June to “patent trolling,” a growing area of litigation abuse vexing America’s high-tech industries. In these lawsuits, shell…

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Multichannel News: Singer Makes Case For Case-By Case Approach to Discrimination

Multichannel News discusses PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer’s stance on the FCC’s upcoming Network Neutrality forum: “Singer, who points out that he has worked with…

WJLA Channel 7: Websites protest FCC ‘fast lanes’ with Internet Slowdown Day

PPI Senior Fellow Hal Singer was quoted in a story by WJLA Channel 7 regarding yesterday’s Internet Slowdown Day, a protest organized by net neutrality…

Forbes: Want To Keep Telecom Investment Going Strong? Avoid Rate Regulation Under Title II

Quants have been studying the million-plus comments submitted to the FCC during the Open Internet proceeding, and unsurprisingly, the vast majority favor net neutrality. But what does that mean? Those pressing…

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Surprising New Data on Young College Graduates

Despite falling unemployment and a recovering labor market, young college graduates continue to struggle in today’s economy. Analysis of new data reveals the real wages…

The Data-Driven Economy and the FDA

The shift to data-driven growth is the single most important reason why the U.S. economy is far outperforming the European economy these days. Online sales…

A Politically and Technically Feasible Approach for Handling Regulatory Accumulation

Regulatory accumulation threatens the pace of innovation and growth in America, yet previous attempts to address it have proven unsuccessful. That is why we propose…

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Mar
13
New Principles for a Progressive Broadband Policy
The Mayflower Renaissance Hotel, Chinese Ballroom, Washington DC
Jan
29
The Open Internet: Where Do We Go From Here?
Sofitel Hotel Paris Ballroom, Washington, DC
Sep
27
Carew to Speak on Regulation Policy at Hill Briefing
Hart Senate Office Building, Washington
Jul
29
Capitol Hill Briefing: A New Broadband Policy for Progressives
Russell Senate Office Building Room 253, Washington DC
Jul
18
Shaping the Digital Age-A Progressive Broadband Agenda
Rayburn House Office Building B-340, Washington DC
May
9
Regulating in the Digital Age
Hotel Monaco, Washington D.C.