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Pros and Cons: Netflix Decides To Pay Extra for Access


There has been a lot of attention in the news lately about Net Neutrality and how the Netflix/Comcast deal plays in the future of the internet. Read More »

Obama Creates his own Propaganda Department to Counter Unfavorable Stories

The New Ministry of Truth. Read More »

Net Neutrality: Another Win for Losing

This is the same House that voted 228-192 on a bill to defund National Public Radio last month. Read More »

How Al Gore (and I) Invented the Internet (and Real Net Neutrality)

A reminiscence with a point to it regarding Net Neutrality. Read More »

Google Faces Anti-Trust Probe by European Commission

After receiving complaints from other vertical search sites such as Foundem, the European Commission has decided to probe Google’s search business practices. Read More »

The Google and Verizon Saga: For Better or For Worse?

Google and Verizon have begun an illicit romance despite the nay-saying of newspapers, journalists, and citizens. Will their new deal be embraced? Read More »