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The Federal Communications Commission announced new rules that govern Internet service earlier this week, according to The Huffington Post. The rules end net neutrality, which is when web traffic is treated equally. The FCC claims that the new rules will…>read moreNo Comment April 25, 2014
On Tuesday, Intel made it public; a new alliance will be born, bringing Intel together with the telecom giant Verizon. This mutually beneficial alliance will allow Intel to harness Verizon’s vast communications network to help sell its TV business while…>read moreNo Comment January 21, 2014
Verizon and the Federal Communications Commission kicked it off this week, arguing over whether the internet should be structured to give an advantage to those who pay, or whether it should be free and open to all equally. The F.C.C.…>read moreNo Comment September 11, 2013
The facts have been revealed and it is indeed true that the sorts of invasive privacy denying tactics used by former President Bush after the original 9-11 attacks, as explicated and allowed by the Orwellian named “Patriot Act,” have not…>read moreNo Comment June 6, 2013
Big Brother is Watching You: Daily Communications Metadata of Citizens Collected under Secret Court Orders
According to a top secret court order disclosed by The Guardian on Wednesday evening, certain federal government agencies, (The order says “no person shall disclose to any other person that the FBI or NSA has sought or obtained tangible things…>read moreNo Comment June 6, 2013
Verizon has paid $93.5 million dollars to settle a whistleblower lawsuit that alleged the fiber optics leader overcharged the government for voice and data communication services. The “qui tam” lawsuit was not made public until today when the government announced…>read more1 Comment April 5, 2011