When former Mississippi Congressman Charles “Chip” Pickering criticizes the proposed AT&T merger with T-Mobile, his words drip with conservative indignation and free-market rhetoric. But the evidence surrounding his life and work in recent years suggests that the onetime C Street Republican moved to K Street long ago.

Questions about Pickering’s ethical flexibility go […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

No Takeover Project (notakeover.org) released a poll Thursday that it believes shows that “the more consumers know about AT&T’s proposed takeover of T-Mobile, the more they oppose the deal,” though the poll is not without its critics.

The No Takeover Project is an organization that recently […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

A recent update to the Federal Communications Commission seal has resulted in a somewhat embarrassing problem for an organization staffed with technology experts and engineers.

At some point in the last several months a new color pattern of the FCC seal was placed in one […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

This past Monday, Congressman Darrell Issa (R-CA) attended a field hearing on regulatory impediments to job creation in the high technology field. The AmericanJobCreators.com hearing included top tech firms like Microsoft and Google.

During questions time after the event Issa was asked if Congress would find it to […]

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Is the tax man after Netflix?

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

Update: After recently speaking with Blair Levin, he believes his comments about the taxation of Google or Netflix at the February 23rd meeting of the Congressional Internet Caucus have been taken out of context. He has described to me that he simply feels that the discussions should take […]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

This week Congress made inroads towards reversing the Federal Communications Commissions attempt to implement Net Neutrality regulatory rules on Internet Service Providers that would disallow the use of various business models.  Representatives using part of the Congressional Review Act (CRA) known as the Joint Resolution of Disapproval passed […]

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