Much of the debate on the net neutrality regulations — now a reality — hinged on the FCC’s role in enforcing the rules. But after all the lobbying, all the pressure, and all the attention, is there a chance for abuse?Read More →
Since the Federal Communications Commission released its net neutrality regulations last week, there have been some strange interpretations about what these rules mean for Internet consumers.Read More →
In his first month on the job, the nation’s chief data scientist DJ Patil has been busy assigning Americans some homework.Read More →
At long last, the FCC has released its 400-page tome of net neutrality regulations. One sentence alone reveals in a nutshell what’s to come.Read More →
By Yaël Ossowski | Watchdog.org
Yet again, Americans can rest reassured their government officials don’t really know how to use email. Or technology for that matter. Save for Hillary Clinton, of course.
This has been made more clear after revelations that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton used her private email address, email@example.com, during her tenure to conduct […]
Taking risks and reaping huge rewards may be a fixture of American politics, but a bill being pushed through committee may completely outlaw the chance for Americans to do the same from their home computer or smartphone on Internet gambling websites.Read More →