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2 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
TechFreedom, a non-partisan technology policy think tank, announced the launch of its "Don't Break the Net" campaign opposing utility-style regulation of the Internet Tuesday.
6 hrs ago | Mashable
With less than two weeks until the end of the comment period on proposed Internet regulations, both sides of the debate are pushing publicity campaigns aimed at swaying the net neutrality debate.
8 hrs ago | ComputerWorld
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission should stay out of the way of states that have passed laws prohibiting or limiting city-funded broadband networks that compete with private services, several groups have told the agency.
8 hrs ago | National Journal
In a filing to the Federal Communications Commission made public Tuesday, Netflix argued that cities should be allowed to build their own networks-especially in areas overlooked by commercial providers.
9 hrs ago | Light Reading
The operator seemed to have abandoned the sector when it shuttered its home monitoring service in 2013.
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
The NFL and the NFL Players Association do not often agree, but there is one subject in the public discussion now on which they are standing together: opposition to a proposed rule at the Federal Communications Commission to lift the controversial blackout policy that prevents local broadcasts of games if they are not sold out within 72 hours of ... (more)
12 hrs ago | Business Journal
Gilberto de Jesus has been selected by President Barack Obama to lead the SBA's Office of Advocacy, which serves as small businesses' watchdog in the federal regulatory process.
12 hrs ago | Crooks and Liars
I've been arguing for years that the easiest way to get progressive public policy is to attack corporate monopolies from the consumer perspective, a la Ralph Nader and Nader's Raiders.
16 hrs ago | Switched
One of the most consequential decisions Washington is set to make in 2014 won't come out of the White House, Congress, or any of the nation's boardrooms, but rather from a nondescript federal building along the city's southwest waterfront.
16 hrs ago | National Journal
The two companies never actually applied to merge, but in early August, they abandoned their long-running talks due to obvious resistance from the Federal Communications Commission and the Justice Department.
It's great that so many are interested in preserving and nurturing the Internet; unfortunately, much of the discussion is misguided.
Hospitals are, by their nature, scary and depressing places. But they don't have to be ugly as well, and there's ample evidence that aesthetics matter to patient health.
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FCC's new CTO Scott Jordan, who will have an impact on policy, is a net neutrality expert - The FCC's next CTO is a net neutrality expert - The Federal Communications Commission has announced that it has named a new chief technology officer: Scott Jordan, a professor of computer science at the University of California at Irvine.
The problem for Comcast is heavy scrutiny from regulators, and thanks to Netflix ( Comcast must walk a thin line If Comcast's $45.2 billion bid for Time Warner Cable is approved, the combined company would have 30 million subscribers with a mounting presence throughout the U.S. In many areas of the country, Time Warner Cable and Comcast are the ... (more)
Reading the recent article about the Republican-led Michigan Legislature passing the wolf hunt is another example of the heavy-handed way our elected officials in Lansing have again taken away our right to voice our opinions.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 07:32 pm
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