Shell Game

Shell Game

via Kieren McCarthy, reporting for the venerable El Reg, comes timely reportage exposing the greed (not to mention the hubris) of the shell game being played by ISOC, ICANN and others of ...
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Corporate Twisting Of Privacy Laws

Quite likely, the single most important Privacy related paper you should examine. Today's Must Grok. Permalink ...
Spoilsports: The AT&T Gambit

Spoilsports: The AT&T Gambit

Well, there-they-go-again: The Spoilsports of mandated internet speeds - poo-pooing speed increases under discussion to-and-for the contemplated FCC-led Rural Digital Opportunity Fund - all in the name profits. Read it and Weep, ...
California Assembly Member Leveraging Familial Connection To Ring

California Assembly Member Leveraging Familial Connection To Ring

via Kate Cox, writing at Ars Technica, comes this superb reportage; in which, Ms. Cox details the highly troubling connections between California Assemblywoman Irwin, her husband Jon Irwin, COO of Ring (a ...
Big Cable To Oppose Robocalling Regulations

Big Cable To Oppose Robocalling Regulations

via Jon Brodkin, reporting at Ars Technica comes this story of Those Terrible People In The Cable Industry. The latest outrage from the Cable Industry (in the United States, at least) is ...
FCC Chairman Pai Front-Loads FCC Consumer Advisory Panel With Anti-Consumer Functionaries

FCC Chairman Pai Front-Loads FCC Consumer Advisory Panel With Anti-Consumer Functionaries

The Chairman has apparently decided it's OK to front load a consumer level commission with anti-consumer business 'leaders'... Pais behavior as Chairman certainly crosses the line into the realm of corruption and, ...
Office Depot & Support.com Cough Up $35,000,000: FTC Smackdown Of Scammer Corporations

Office Depot & Support.com Cough Up $35,000,000: FTC Smackdown Of Scammer Corporations

via Jon Brodkin, writing at Ars Technica, comes the story of a total of $35 million dollars paid by two sketchy retail corporations (Office Depot and it's partner in crime - Support.com) ...
FCC Coughs Up $43,000 For Hiding Net neutrality Records

FCC Coughs Up $43,000 For Hiding Net neutrality Records

You Can Bet The Chairman Will Be Implicated In This... via Jon Brodkin, writing at Condé Nast media property Ars Technica, in which, Mr. Brodkin reports on bad news for Chairman Ajit ...
Shake It Ajit, Shake It…

Listen In On FCC Lawyers Attempting To Defend Repeal Of Net Neutrality Rules

Shake It Ajit, Shake It… Listen to the three judge panel at the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit hearing oral arguements on that little matter of ...
NYT Reports: Facebookery of the Highest Order

NYT Reports: Facebookery of the Highest Order

Within the 18th of December's Facebook reportage on the pages of the New York Times, Gabriel J.X. Dance, Michael LaForgia and Nicholas Confessore have written a classic piece dé resistance of investigative ...