Here’s a quick roundup of what the election results might mean for tech issues in the next session of Congress.
Declan McCullagh at CNET – Election not likely to change much in tech.
Amy Schatz at Wall Street Journal – Net Neutrality and other tech issues to take a back seat in next session of Congress.
Bob Pegoraro at Washington Post – Look to the agencies, not Congress, for any techpolicy advances.
Jim Harper at Cato – Expect “welcome gridlock” on tech issues in Congress.
Scott Cleland at Precusor Blog – Election presents opportunity for FCC to work cooperatively, not radically, with Congress.
Michael Copps, FCC Commissioner – Congratulates all of the winners in the midterms, and, in reconciliatory tone (?), notes the tremendous shared challenges ahead.
David Goldman at CNN Money – Election results means Net Neutrality path unclear / rocky for FCC.
Todd Shields at Bloomberg – With House in Republican control, Net Neutrality regulations may find tougher sledding.