The company wants to bring free internet to everyone, but it's not the same web most of us access.
The opinion is more controversial than you'd think.
For now, outside of signaling that he favors Title II, Wheeler isn't tipping his hand on the exact details of his proposal
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It is still unclear whether the controversial Press and Publications Law will in fact be discussed in the coming months with
Does American based media and technology better serve to facilitate opportunities for U.S. surveillance/spying or to further our American values, influence and business?
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Europeans are outraged over the ongoing revelations about America's pervasive surveillance programs -- and they should be.
Traveling for business can seem like a revolving door between one room and the next. When you work away from home on the West Coast, stay at an inn with the personal comforts and business amenities you need to succeed.
Even if we don't pay for using sites and service, free isn't free. The price of free is advertising -- and there are very few instances where advertising doesn't make the product worse.
In 2006, Mayor Gavin Newsom attempted to strike a deal with Google and Earthlink to create a Wi-Fi network covering all of
People like games until they think their adversary has an unfair advantage. When the game is between business and customers and the business takes the advantage, the customer will quit.
One of my pet peeves when traveling is being charged to use the Internet at an upscale hotel. Should I really have to pay $14.95 for 24 hours of checking my email and posting to my blogs?
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July 24 (Bloomberg) -- Barry Diller, chairman and chief executive officer of IAC/InterActiveCorp, said Web users will have