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All eyes turn to FCC in net neutrality debate

Sep 30, 2010
Now that Rep. Henry Waxman's net neutrality bill died before even getting out of committee, congressional Democrats are looking to the FCC to...
Posted In: fcc, government, net neutrality

Biblical clue in Stuxnet worm?

Sep 30, 2010
We talked this week about the Stuxnet computer worm. It's a bit of malware that attacks infrastructure system controls as opposed to electronic...
Posted In: government, malware, military, security

Texting bans for drivers don't make much difference

Sep 29, 2010
This according to a new study. Because if you're stupid enough to text while driving, are you really going to follow laws? I didn't think so....
Posted In: government, Law, Transportation

Google has been found guilty of libel in France.

Sep 27, 2010
A convicted sex offender who is appealing his conviction objected to the word "rape" coming up in a search of his name. The French court said he's...
Posted In: Google, government, Law, privacy, search

Google's election guide

Sep 22, 2010
Can be found here. Lots of fun to drill down into for political junkies.
Posted In: Google, government, search

Google Transparency Project isn't all that transparent

Sep 21, 2010
Google is always getting asked by governments around the world to take down certain material or to hand over data. They sometimes go along with it,...
Posted In: Google, government, policy, search

Google and competition

Sep 17, 2010
On Thursday, a House subcommittee heard testimony about Google and the issues of competition and dominance in the digital marketplace....
Posted In: business, government, Law

White space spectrum to be made available by FCC

Sep 13, 2010
It's a complicated issue to explain but in short: when the switch to digital television happened, there were parts of the spectrum that were no...
Posted In: government, Law, sad time at the station, Science

US government plans Perfect Citizen

Jul 8, 2010
The Wall Street Journal reports on a project to build a program to detect cyber attacks on utilities, infrastructure, and corporations. Headed by...
Posted In: government, security

Cyber Command

Jun 4, 2010
U.S. Cyber Command wants to "operate freely" to protect and defend computer resourcesOn Thursday, General Keith Alexander who heads the U.S. Cyber...
Posted In: government, security

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