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Net Neutrality: What Are We Fighting For?

Aug 18, 2010
Net Neutrality is a complicated issue.  The recent Google/Verizon policy proposal has raised new questions about the open internet - the idea...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, Google, net neutrality, open internet, Verizon, wireless
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Net Neutrality news roundup

Aug 17, 2010
The evolving conversation about net neutrality in wake of the Google/verizon policy proposal now includes a letter to the FCC from four Democrats...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, Google, net neutrality, open internet, Verizon, wireless
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Google CEO: You'll be able to get a new identity when you reach adulthood.

Aug 16, 2010
It'll just be one of those growing up things: go to college or get a job, be eligible to vote, change your name to escape your shameful online past...
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Google gives Germans a month to sign up to alter reality

Aug 11, 2010
It's the dang Street View issue again. Latest is that Google has announced that people in Germany have a month to opt out of the Street View...
Posted In: Google, street view
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Google Alarm screams when you send information to Google

Aug 11, 2010
It's an add-on for Firefox that alerts you every time your computer sends information about you to Google. Due to Google's omnipresence online...
Posted In: firefox, Google
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MID-DAY UPDATE: The Federal Reserve will announce...

Aug 10, 2010
... something. What is "quantitative easing"? Google and Verizon reached... something. What is "net neutrality"? Police raid Google's Seoul of...
Posted In: Blackberry, community gardens, Federal Reserve, Google, mid-day update, net neutrality, quantitative easing, Research in Motion, Saudi Arabia, Tiger Woods, Verizon, welfare fraud
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Google Wave is dead. Here are your haiku eulogies.

Aug 5, 2010
We asked our Twitter followers to write eulogies for Google Wave in haiku form. Here are some of what you came up with:...
Posted In: Google, haiku, wave
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MID-DAY UPDATE: The Senate could vote today to send $26 billion to the states...

Aug 5, 2010
... The "jobs bill"would avert state worker layoffs. New unemployment claims rise Sales for big retailers like Costco, Macy's, & Target are...
Posted In: Google, Immigration, Jobs bill, mid-day update, mortgage rates, retail sales, Russian drought, telephone number, Verizon, wheat prices
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Google begins rolling out multi-account sign-in

Aug 4, 2010
It's only in the very early roll-out stages of implementation but Google is beginning to allow multiple accounts to be logged on at the same time....
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A real time tour of the world's spam producers

Aug 2, 2010
Postini, a company acquired by Google, used the Goog's mapping service to create this sprawling interactive map of who's producing the spam around...
Posted In: Google, spam

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