- Not wrong: “IDW is endless conversations between academics & public intellectuals, ranging from dangers of identity… https://t.co/4VcKtfsfnv 02:59:36 PM May 22, 2018 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- "Obama gave Netflix net neutrality. Netflix gives Obama a television show" https://t.co/yydpEPPa0w #DrainTheSwamp 12:05:57 PM May 22, 2018 ReplyRetweetFavorite
- I have 5 new followers from Italy, and more last week. See https://t.co/fsGDhtsyPO https://t.co/SEcgoLbBEk 12:46:41 PM May 20, 2018 ReplyRetweetFavorite
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Category Archives: Blogging
As the crescendo of criticism builds against the FCC’s pending publication of its new rules for Internet access providers, the New York Times emerges as the sole source of pro-FCC coverage. They publish a bizarre Op-Ed by Free Press chairman … Continue reading
Here’s the video link. (Didn’t hear Congressman Doyle, Martin, or Copps.) Adelstein: (Misstates findings of Pew study on broadband adoption. Price is not really the issue, lack of interest is.) Complains about smackdown by the Third Circuit. Tate: Don’t forget … Continue reading
Speaking of censorship, what are we to make of Free Press’ censorship of hostile opinions on its “Save the Internet” blog? Clearly, they have the right to remove any comment they want to remove, but it’s normal to leave behind … Continue reading
I wonder how many Americans get this reference: Boris Johnson last night notched up the Tories’ greatest electoral success since John Major’s surprise victory in the 1992 general election when he unseated Ken Livingstone as mayor of London. Ecstatic Conservatives … Continue reading
H/T John Cole’s excellent Balloon Juice blog.
Posted by mobile phone: It works, more or less. But you can’t edit it from the phone.
This is for all you bloggers who use WordPress WordPress 2.3.3 is an urgent security release. If you have registration enabled a flaw was found in the XML-RPC implementation such that a specially crafted request would allow a user to … Continue reading
My official comments on the FCC Comcast petitions are right here
Here’s my slide deck from the Net Neutrality 2008 Symposium at the U. of San Francisco Law School this weekend. The section on network-based solutions to piracy seems to be particularly engaging. Nick Weaver has been working out a similar … Continue reading