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  • Tim Karr's picture

    Keep Off the Astroturf

    August 19, 2009 by Tim Karr

    If you haven't been paying attention to the rise of Astroturf in Washington, in the media and at your local town hall meeting, now's the time to tune in. Astroturf front groups have been everywhere this summer -- spreading misinformation about health care reform, carbon emission caps and financial regulation. more »

  • Adam Lynn's picture

    FCC’s Web Site Needs to Evolve Past Netscape

    August 10, 2009 by Adam Lynn

    Remember Netscape Navigator? If you used dial-up in the mid-90s and hated AOL’s walled garden, chances are that you do. more »

  • Carrie Lowe's picture

    American Library Association Wants Network Neutrality

    August 10, 2009 by Carrie Lowe

    At last month’s American Library Association annual conference in Chicago, I served on a Sunday morning panel presentation on the topic of Network Neutrality. On that day, there was no Network Neutrality legislation in Congress (like there is today, thanks to Reps. Markey and Eshoo). more »

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