The World Wide Web (of Bureaucrats?)

OpinionJournal.com (WSJ). October 9, 2005.

Desperate Housewives and Desperate Regulators

Cato.org. January 4, 2005.

Patently Absurd

Apple Daily. December 29, 2004.

On Drawing Lines in Copyright Law

Cato.org. June 17, 2004.

Censor cable TV? Forgettaboutit

Cato.org. June 4, 2004.

Should The Sopranos Be Censored?

Cato.org. June 4, 2004.

Titillating TV and Creeping Censorship

Cato.org. March 23, 2004.

Everybody Wants to Rule the Web

Cato.org. December 17, 2003.

Subsidizing Soapboxes: McCain’s Free Airtime for Politicians Bill

Fox News (Online). September 23, 2003.

What Media Monopolies?

The Wall Street Journal. July 29, 2003.

Regulating Video Games: Parents or Uncle Sam?

Cato.org. July 14, 2003.

The Big Media Boogyman

Cato.org. May 27, 2003.

Chuck’s Bill of Wrongs

New York Post. March 12, 2003.

Whatever Happened to Leaving the Internet Unregulated?

Cato.org. December 22, 2002.

Libel on the Net: Who Decides?

Cato.org. December 15, 2002.

Ports Have to Go With the Flow

Los Angeles Times. October 10, 2002.

Could Ted Williams Hit .400 Again in the Future?

Cato.org. July 12, 2002.

Just Don’t Do It: The Digital Opportunities Investment Trust (DO IT) Fund

Cato.org. May 13, 2002.

The HDTV Transition: What Went Wrong?

Cato.org. May 1, 2002.

NBC’s Liquor Ad Sellout

Cato.org. March 23, 2002.

Cyber-Surveillance in the Wake of 9/11

Cato.org. October 19, 2001.

Here Come the Federal Cell Phone Cops

Cato.org. June 25, 2001.

When Rights Collide: Principles to Guide the Intellectual Property Debate

Cato.org. June 19, 2001.

Beware the Cellular Keystone Cops

National Review (Online). May 10, 2001.

Congress Plays Jeopardy with the Net’s Next Tax Battle

Cato.org. April 24, 2001.