Corporations Are Limiting Public Access to Presidential Primary Debates
Debates should be available on every PBS station from coast to coast, but corporations manage them for profit.
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New Bill Promises an End to Our Privacy Nightmare, Jail Time to CEOs Who Lie
"Mark Zuckerberg won’t take Americans’ privacy seriously unless he feels personal consequences. Under my bill he’d face jail time for lying to the government," Sen. Ron Wyden said.
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Watch This Humanoid Robot Hand Solve a Rubik’s Cube
The efforts are paving the way for robots that can solve complex mechanical problems in the real world.
Google Stadia Is On A Collision Course With Broadband Caps, Study Shows
Many gamers don’t even know they have a broadband cap. That’s about to change.
AT&T and Verizon Don't Want You To Know Where 5G Really Is
Big Telecom is resisting efforts by the government to require it to include 5G availability in broadband maps.
24% of Your Cable TV Bill Is Just Bogus Fees, Study Says
Consumer Reports estimates cable industry makes $28 billion a year in misleading surcharges alone.
Courts Mostly Back FCC Assault on Net Neutrality
But the court also blocked the FCC’s attempt to ban states from stepping in and protecting consumers themselves.
AT&T Workers Fight For Their Lives As Company Faces Investor Revolt
Union workers say an investor plan to save the company will only make the problem worse.
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Streaming Exclusives Could Double Piracy Rates, Study Warns
Annoying consumers with too many costly streaming options could backfire, survey suggests.
Study Proves The FCC's Core Justification for Killing Net Neutrality Was False
The biggest study yet finds Ajit Pai’s repeated claims that net neutrality hurt broadband investment have never been true.
This Real Time Strategy Game Is Just 13 Kilobytes
Phones Don't Give You Horns, Says Journal That Claimed Phones Give You Horns
They weren’t horns. And they weren’t caused by cell phones. Other than that, good job, everybody.