Paul Hill, Several famous internet personalities have signed a letter telling the FCC that it doesn’t understand how the internet works and that it should cancel the upcoming vote to repeal net neutrality protections which is due for December 14th. Some of those that signed include Steve Wozniak, Mitchell Baker, Vint Cerf, and Tim Berners-Lee.
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The rise of smartphone gaming as a pastime for people of all ages has led to a surge in popularity for online casinos. With every new technological development, the games that they offer have become more complex and engaging, as they look to attract both traditional gambling enthusiasts and the younger generation of video gamers.
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A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Tuesday plans to introduce legislation seeking to address vulnerabilities in computing devices embedded in everyday objects – known in the tech industry as the “internet of things” – which experts have long warned poses a threat to global cyber security. The new bill would require vendors that provide
Veronique de Rugy, Public fear is an ally of big government. When fear sets in among the populace — often with encouragement from self-interested politicians — the result is usually an expansion of governmental power and a loss of individual rights. Politicians typically stoke fear by exaggerating some perceived threat or by inventing one out
Seton Motley, Part of the President Donald Trump Reality Revolution is undoing the President Barack Obama Anti-Reality Revolution. You remember, the Obama-promised “fundamental transformation” that led to amazingly bad policies and terrible results. Obama’s massive regulatory assaults on all things private sector were an intended disaster for the private sector. Obama is the first president
Sean Moran, American Commitment’s Phil Kerpen tells Breitbart News that we need to take back the internet from the tech-socialists: Net Neutrality is simply the spawn of the tech-socialists, the liberals that want to control the freedom of the internet. Ultraliberal advocacy groups were fueled by $196 million from the Soros and Ford Foundations. Silicon Valley giants
Nate Church, It’s come to this: Twitter is now employing IBM’s Watson artificial intelligence to help fight the ongoing war against its own users. The AI famous for winning at Jeopardy and replacing insurance claims agents will take on its greatest challenge yet: Twitter trolls. Watson will use its ability to interpret natural language and analyze images
Bob Barr, Having computer problems? You may want to think twice before picking up the phone to call for a repair. According to recent court documents filed in federal court in California, a simple hard drive replacement could lead to your arrest. It may sound far-fetched, but the Federal Bureau of Investigations is being forced
Scott Cleland, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai gets it that 5G wireless is a gamechanger for the rationale underlying the Wheeler-FCC’s Title II Open Internet order and net neutrality policy. Fast-changing markets and new competitive realities are a huge threat to the viability of the previous-FCC’s Title II Open InternetOrder and net neutrality policy because they are based on