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A new report is calling a proposed FCC broadband regulation “a job killer.”
The bill would require commercials to be no louder than the programs they interrupt.
Backers cite free speech and commerce; others call the idea a dangerous overreaction.
Internet providers can and will cheat on service unless the government acts.
There's no evidence that service providers are cheating, so why act now?
The government may step in to prevent traffic-speed shenanigans.
The effort is winning attention on Capitol Hill.
Do radio shows on school buses turn students into captive audiences?
The court says the government can crack down on broadcasters but skirts the First Amendment question.
Today's selection of timely reports.