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The false choice of a la carte TV
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The false choice of a la carte TV

BY Peter Suderman

Perspective Anyone who's taken even a brief glance at their video provider's channel offerings knows that the number of networks currently available is staggering. We've come a long way from the days when a measly three networks were all you could get. These days, it seems like there's a channel for every possible niche and interest--sometimes two or three. Yet in the midst of this outpouring of content, a small but vocal faction is still complaining about a lack of choice.

08/20/2007
Ron Paul: The Internet's favorite candidate
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Ron Paul: The Internet's favorite candidate

BY Declan McCullagh

Ron Paul is a Republican congressman and U.S. presidential hopeful who, in the usual shorthand of political journalists, is known as a "long shot" for the White House. Paul's poll numbers award him less than 2 percent of the vote among Republican candidates, and he was unceremoniously excluded from an Iowa debate in June organized by a tax watchdog group that happens to share his political views. Even otherwise flattering articles consign his candidacy to "the realm of dreams, not practical politics."

08/06/2007
Do we really need more cell phone taxes?
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Do we really need more cell phone taxes?

BY Matt Kibbe

Ten years ago, when Congress finally passed legislation that pulled down a century's worth of barriers to competition in the telecommunications industry, 38 million Americans used mobile phones. Today there are more than 225 million wireless subscribers in America and mobile phones have become a key element of parental peace of mind and workplace productivity.

12/15/2006
Musician Moby Raises Voice for Net Neutrality
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Musician Moby Raises Voice for Net Neutrality

BY Anne Broache

Musician-turned-cafe-proprieter Moby turned up on Capitol Hill on Thursday to urge passage of a proposal by Massachusetts Democrat Edward Markey that would write Net neutrality principles into law. Sporting his signature dark-rimmed glasses, with his head clean-shaven as usual, the artist said that a world without legally binding Net neutrality principles would mean that today's "egalitarian" Internet would be privatized by large telecommunications companies.

05/18/2006