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News of the Week; September 26, 2018

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY NYT sues FCC, says it hid evidence of Russia meddling in net neutrality repeal: FCC broke law by hiding net neutrality comment records, lawsuit alleges.  New York Times Sues FCC With Eye On Bogus Russian Net Neutrality Comments Court Orders FCC To Hand Over Data On Bogus Net Neutrality Comments FCC […]

News of the Week; September 19, 2018

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY Court Rules FCC Must Release Records That Could Explain Fraudulent Net Neutrality Comments Judge: FCC can’t hide records that may explain net neutrality comment fraud Ajit Pai calls California’s net neutrality rules “illegal” Ajit Pai Whines About California’s Net Neutrality Effort, Calls It ‘Radical,’ ‘Illegal’ Scott Wiener Paints Ajit Pai […]

Public Talk for the Emerging Media Lab Lecture Series – Tuesday, Sept. 25, 2018

Just in case anyone is interested I’m giving a talk at 4 PM on Tuesday September 25, 2018 in Room 205 of the West Mall Swing Space. Everyone is welcome….See the above poster for more details…. Jon

News of the Week; September 12, 2018

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY Ajit Pai does ISPs’ bidding, pushes for tighter rules on Google and Facebook Ajit Pai Again (Falsely) Claims States Are Powerless To Protect Broadband Consumers Ajit Pai helped Charter kill consumer-protection rules in Minnesota Verizon throttling firefighters may have violated FCC rule, Democrats say Verizon’s Pivot From Stodgy Old Telco […]

News of the Week; September 5, 2018

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY  Court Rules It’s Fine If FCC Wants To Deem Just One Available ISP As ‘Competition’ Millions could lose cheap phone service under FCC’s overhaul of Lifeline FCC Criticized for Surrendering Power to Punish Verizon After Firefighters Got Throttled During Wildfire Verizon’s Oath Will Still Scan Your E-mail For Advertising Purposes […]

News of the Week; August 29, 2018

MEDIA, COMMUNICATIONS & NET NEUTRALITY FCC Approves Another Radio Station Acquisition by a Company that is 100% Foreign-Owned  FCC can define markets with only one ISP as “competitive,” court rules Standard of Review: The Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning? Net Neutrality Advocates, State Governments Argue Against Internet Freedom Order in […]