Paul Coe Clark III

Online EditorPaul Coe Clark III has an extensive telecom-reporting background. He comes to The Net Economy from a position as editor of Communications Today, where he wrote a regular column on telecom issues. He has also been a telecom reporter and analyst for Legi-Slate, the former online service of the Washington Post, and a reporter for several newspapers, including the Raleigh News and Observer.Paul had two years of graduate study in communications law at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.Paul covers all news for TNE online, specializing in regulatory and policy issues.

Tauzin, Hollings Duel over Bells in Senate Commerce Committee

WASHINGTON — Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-La.) today brought his Bell-deregulation act before a harsh critic: Sen. Fritz Hollings (D-S.C.), a Southerner as ornery and eloquent as Tauzin and staunchly...

Powells Broadband Explosion

WASHINGTON — The average American might be excused for thinking, on the basis of the output of the hyperactive Washington press corps, that our nations capital is a place...

Towards a Secure Public Network

The Network Reliability and Interoperability Council, the cross-industry group that makes best-practices recommendations on reliability, on Sept. 11 inherited an intense new focus on homeland security. Paul Coe Clark...

Microsoft: Secure out of the Box?

Howard Schmidt is chief security officer at Microsoft. He recently testified before the House Subcommittee on Commerce Trade and Consumer Protection about the state of Internet and computer security....

Lets Play Monopoly

WASHINGTON — Theres a bad idea percolating in this city.I know, I know, youre thinking thats not possible. Washington is a wellspring of wisdom and a fountain of intelligence....

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