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Welcome to digital deceit, cyber-subterfuge: The end of net neutrality

How would you feel if the telephone company wouldn’t let you call your mom? Not your mother-in-law; your mom. Or if the phone company made you pay extra to call your mom. Or told you that you couldn’t ... read more

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Welcome to the new Gilded Age ... and again more recently in the battle with internet service providers over net neutrality.” In each case, he notes, the alarm was sounded by other tech sector people ... read more

Microsoft throws a party for MUC as AC/DC chucks filth off its website

Year after being blasted for dodgy security, GPS kid tracker biz takes heat again for leaving families' private info lying around for crims Microsoft was in good spirits this week at the launch of its ... read more

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Here's Verizon's Shiny New Assault On Net Neutrality

Verizon has joined the chorus of companies testing the FCC's willingness to enforce its own net neutrality rules ... Consumer Products at Verizon. "In today's digital economy, FreeBee Data is a ... read more

Spectrum cable box requirement brings out the crowds

“What’s happening is we’re upgrading the entire Spectrum footprint to a two-way, interactive digital network,” he said in an email ... opens at 9 a.m., it is opening at 8 a.m. until the end of the ... read more

The uncertain future of public broadcasting

The future of public broadcasting ... the Nine Network in 2006), the ABC exploited convergence. With the modest enhancement of funding through the latter part of the Howard and then the Rudd 1 and ... read more

Why Congress’s rejection of proposed FCC data rules will not affect your privacy in the slightest

As a new study from eMarketer noted earlier this month, Google now accounts for over 40% of the $83 billion digital ad market and nearly ... including roll back of so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules – ... read more

Murdoch vs. parliament: No curtain call yet

Near the end of his dramatic testimony, at the end of what he called his most humbling day, a prankster tried to tag Rupert Murdoch with a pie in the face. He missed. It may be the defining moment in ... read more

China: A New Philosophy of Economics

Big wonder that Chinese investors are highly welcome in ... In the end, the question is, will the “Social Credits” approach to societal living, meaning a total surveillance state with every data ... read more

Acquittal of Pulse Shooter's Widow Is a Welcome Defeat for Overzealous Prosecutors

along with meaningful reforms to prevent future FBI deceit and manipulation regarding interrogations." read more

That Time Telco Lobbyists Sent Me All Their Talking Points About Trying To Shift The Blame To Internet Companies

The talking points are not all that surprising, if you're at all familiar with the telco industry, so there aren't really any huge smoking guns here, but they do cover a huge range of issues, from net ... read more

Tax Carbon or Innovate to Save the Climate?

Points in favor of R&D subsidies: (1) they would be much cheaper for consumers and producers than imposing a broad carbon tax, and (2) if they do end up producing cheaper-than-fossil-fuel energy ... read more

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