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Aereo Ruling a Win for TV Viewers, Future of Cloud Computing

Edward J. Black | Posted 06.11.2013 | Technology
Edward J. Black

A few weeks after Aereo started offering its service in New York last year, big entertainment companies like Fox and ABC sued on copyright infringement allegations. Letting the Aereo ruling stand will be a key step toward giving people the content they want on the device of their choice.

U.S. Crackdown on Internet Censorship Comes at Critical Time

Edward J. Black | Posted 01.16.2013 | Technology
Edward J. Black

Internet freedom can nurture economic development as well as the development of democracy by encouraging political awareness. A vibrant, un-shackled Internet provides economic and political empowerment and opportunities.

Celebrating Facebook's 1 Billion Users and Our Commitment to Internet Freedom

Edward J. Black | Posted 12.05.2012 | Technology
Edward J. Black

The US needs to be the model for online freedom not just for countries that want to restrict it, per se, but also seek to and impose new restrictions for many seemingly noble reasons to combat social ills.

DOJ's AT&T Suit Shows Law Trumps Politics

Edward J. Black | Posted 11.09.2011 | Technology
Edward J. Black

Darwinian competition, not government micromanagement, forces firms to innovate and keeps prices low -- and that is exactly what antitrust intervention is designed to promote.

Senator Ron Wyden Lauded by CCIA

Mike Smith | Posted 07.05.2011 | Politics
Mike Smith

Washington Caucus Event Capped by Congressional Award CCIA President & CEO Ed Black is a Washington insider who glided across a ballroom at Union Sta...