WHAT’S NEXT IN THE OPEN INTERNET CONVERSATION?

By Martin Chavez, HTTP Senior Advisor Filings and responses to the FCC’s proposed rules on the Open Internet are complete. A dialogue that should have been highly nuanced was reduced for the most part to a binary shouting match between proponents of Sec. 706 of...

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Freedom to innovate key to Internet future: Column

Jeff Pulver, USA Today For anyone born after 1985, the idea of connecting with a relative on FaceTime, Skyping a friend traveling abroad or discussing a Halo mission with friends over a headset in real time is second nature. But it’s equally true that these services might never...

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Is E-Rate Helping All Americans?

By Rosa Mendoza The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently updated the Schools and Libraries Program, better known as the E-rate program.  By way of background, the E-rate program was enacted in 1997 by the FCC in response to congressional mandates to make telecommunications and information...

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Apple Releases Disappointing Employee Diversity Numbers

By Sam Colt, Business Insider Apple released its diversity numbers for employees on Monday, according to a report on its website. Apple said that 70% of its employees are male and 30% are female globally. The company only released ethnicity statistics for U.S. employees: 55%...

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