ICANN mistakenly releases the postal addresses of some applicants for new top-level domains, the AP reports.
Economist Thomas Hazlett proposes possible methods for reverse auctions of broadcast spectrum, reports Broadcasting & Cable.
A Texas radio station could owe the FCC $40,000 in fines for failing to maintain its public file, Radio World reports.
Byte looks at what Nokia's woes mean for its partnership with Microsoft.
Why did Ethiopia criminalize VoIP? Does it threaten their telecommunications monopoly? Their ability to monitor citizens? Yes, says the Atlantic.
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