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

Think of it this way: Internet indoctrination Digital deceit Cyber-subterfuge The World-Wide-Whitewash ... Don’t expect the raw feelings over “net neutrality” to end soon, even though the Federal Comm... read more

COPE passes without Net Neutrality

The horrible COPE bill, which serves up our Internet as a nice little garnish on a fat juicey meal of money and power to the Telephone & Cable companies (who have become, not inci read more

Net Neutrality: What to Expect From the FCC on Tuesday; Also, Check Out All the Lobbying That’s Being Done to Influence What Happens

With the Federal Communications Commissioon expected to finally tackle net neutrality tomorrow, Tuesday, Dec. 21, 2010, here’s what to expect regarding Internet traffic rules. "The rules would ban hig... read more

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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 – N... read more

Unraveling the Secrecy of the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Finally, the only way Congress can end TPP is to agree to vote it out of ... based non-profit firm that “protects civil rights in the digital domain.” They promoted President Obama’s Net Neutrality, ( ... 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 yea... 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 Gil... 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

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

Welcome to The Blog

Hello, I'm Bill Moyers. It's been my pleasure through the years to hear thoughtful responses from so many of you after our broadcast. Whether you've agreed or disagreed, I've always been impressed by ... 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 produ... read more

Tony Abbott and the normalisation of bad politics

Television in particular, where most people still get their news, is less about wide-ranging debate than it is about a sort of anodyne neutrality that ultimately ... But what they end up doing is simp... read more

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