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Drew Clark
Drew Clark is of counsel at Best Best and Krieger. He was previously opinion editor of Deseret News. He has led efforts to promote progress in telecommunications, media and technology, and has written widely for Ars Technica, GigaOm, National Journal, Slate, and the Washington Post. He earned his bachelorís degree with honors from Swarthmore College, his masterís degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and his law degree from George Mason University School of Law.

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A panel of appeals court judges agreed with the Obama administration that the FCC could impose net neutrality. Criticism of the decision could prod Congress into speaking more directly about whether and how to ...
Disaggregating the government and competitive functions of services like high-speed broadband internet services can help us think more clearly about the pros and cons of sometimes controversial policies like "o...
A rising tide of realism, and sense of disappointment and outrage over the choice between the likely nominees of the Republican and Democratic parties, led the Libertarian Party to select Gov. Gary Johnson and ...
This combination of two widely regarded former Republican governors — Gary Johnson of New Mexico and William Weld of Massachusetts — could elevate the Libertarian Party to an entirely different real...
The fan film Axanar builds off the infrastructure of another's creativity. Yet it boldly goes beyond the original author's storyline. The parable of Axanar shows the need to restore balance to the universe of c...
In 2012, with the choice between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama for president, America couldn't go wrong. In 2016, it looks as if America can't go right.
With our society having evolved from Web pages and social networks to "cloud computing" — in which personal documents aren't stored on personal computers and smartphones, but on servers in data centers &#...
At this very moment, nationally and here in Utah, some attack political parties or political processes on the grounds that they are "undemocratic." They say this as a form of complaint. They should instead say ...
Can the anger-filled movement inspired by the Boston revolt eventually mature into a Philadelphia vision of constructive constitutionalism? It must.
When it comes to rural telecommunications, the news is both good and bad. Broadband Internet services enable a revival of jobs and cultural opportunities for rural residents — but the connectivity divide ...