Open wireless networking nationwide? The FCC wants it, the technology giants want it, but the cellular companies and their GOP allies in Congress want the idea dead, now.
by T. Steelman •
None of us has ever been given a gift like these. In no particular order, let’s examine some of the very best Christmas gifts ever.
by T. Steelman •
The Minnesota Senator is looking to protect users from invasive marketers and potential cyber-stalkers.
Election 2012 Goes Viral In Beijing: Chinese Netizens Avidly Follow US Election, Presidential Debates (微博) (VIDEO)
by Elisabeth Parker •
Did Obama’s and Romney’s restraint during the third televised debate avert a trade war and international crisis?
by Justin Acuff •
Bill O’Reilly attacks social media and the internet as the reason voters are uninformed.
by Nathaniel Downes •
The Wall Street Journal got it wrong on every level.
by Sovereign Voice •
Diffusing conspiracy theories of right wing nuts
Is it another wolf in sheep’s clothing or is it a balanced approach to the real problem of online piracy?
And he’ll only use his powers for good. Promise!!!
The list of politicians opposed to the Stop Online Piracy Act is growing. In a prepared statement, one of the most powerful conservatives in Congress has joined the likes of Darrell Issa, Ron Paul, and Nancy Pelosi in opposition of the controversial bill that would censor the internet.
SOPA poses a danger to the internet as we know it. Basically, under SOPA, an accusation of copyright violation is enough to allow the Department of Justice and any complainant who gets a court order, to shut down a website and websites that facilitate copyright infringement.
by Chris •
Thus, a very outdated law, written even before the digital age went public, is governing a practical piece of our lives that grows larger every year. A much needed update is overdue.