Steve Schultze

Steve Schultze

Associate Director at the Center for Information Technology Policy
Joined on May 26, 2010 – United States
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Steve is Associate Director at the Center for Information Technology Policy. He comes most recently from the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard. Steve writes about government transparency, telecom policy, and open source.

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Regulating and Not Regulating the Internet

There is increasingly heated rhetoric in DC over whether or not the government should begin to "regulate the internet." Such language is neither accurate nor new. This language implies that the government does not currently involve itself in governing the internet -- an implication which is clearly untrue given a myriad of laws like CFAA, ECPA, DMCA, and CALEA (not to mention existing regulation of consumer phone lines used for dialup and "special access" lines used for high speed interconnection). more

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Net NeutralityInternet GovernancePolicy & RegulationBroadbandIntellectual Property

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