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Ajit Pai defends his silence on fake DDoS attack
cnet.com Ajit Pai says he was caught between a rock and a hard place when coming clean about the alleged cyberattack.
2 days ago
ISPs insist broadband isn’t and shouldn’t be a public utility, until they want more money from the government, then they claim they are like..
ISPs say they can’t expand broadband unless gov’t gives them more money
arstechnica.com Industry asks for handouts, arguing that broadband is essential—like a utility.
A closer look at the telecom industry’s pathetic astroturf campaign against #netneutrality:
Telecom-Funded Groups Ask Congress to Oppose the Net Neutrality CRA on 'Behalf of Conservatives Everywhere'
readsludge.com Despite claiming to speak for all conservatives, the letter comes from a particular subset of groups on the right—those that have received funding from the telecommunications industry.
6 days ago
TL;DR: Multiple FCC officials lied to Congress, and now Ajit Pai is scrambling to throw them under the bus to avoid taking any blame for the..
When Did Ajit Pai Know?
gizmodo.com Set to appear before a Senate oversight committee next Thursday, Ajit Pai will face a barrage of questions about why multiple senior officials at the agency he leads, the Federal Communications Commission, provided false information to members of Congress—a federal crime, punishable by up to five ...
1 week ago
The Sinclair-Tribune mega merger is officially dead. Check out our statement here:
Statement on Collapse of Sinclair-Tribune Merger
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Your banking data was once off-limits to tech companies. Now they’re racing to get it.
washingtonpost.com Facebook says banks and credit-card companies have shown interest in partnerships that would boost the sharing of users' account balances, recent transactions and other financial data.
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