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Laura Ryan

Staff Correspondent, Technology

lryan@atlanticmedia.com

Laura is a staff correspondent for National Journal covering technology. She is grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and attended Wellesley College, where she received a B.A. in American Studies.

Latest From Laura Ryan

Netflix Pays Time Warner Cable for Better Streaming

Netflix confirms a paid interconnection deal with Time Warner Cable as its CEO continues his crusade for tougher net-neutrality rules in an op-ed for  Wired. 

Will the Broadcaster Lawsuit Derail the Airwave Auction?

Comcast Defends Merger to FCC

Comcast meets face-to-face with the FCC's merger review team. Both Comcast and Time Warner Cable have decided to pull their sponsorship of a foundation dinner honoring FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyb...

When Lauren Bacall Stood Up To Congress's Communist Scare

Lauren Bacall began her lifetime of political activism by protesting Congress's Hollywood witch hunt.

The New York Times Wants Utility Regulation of the Internet

Thirteen Democratic senators have also urged Wheeler to regulate the Internet under Title II, and the FCC chief has said he is "seriously considering" the option. But it would spark a major battle...

From Dickens to Amazon: A Brief History of Literary Feuds

Amazon's feud with Hachette rages on, but it isn't the first—and won't be the last—fight over the value of books.

Why Microsoft Wants a Privacy Law

Microsoft wants a strong federal privacy law, but other tech companies are more interested in voluntary commitments.

Show More from Laura Ryan

Netflix Pays Time Warner Cable for Better Streaming

Netflix confirms a paid interconnection deal with Time Warner Cable as its CEO continues his crusade for tougher net-neutrality rules in an op-ed for  Wired. 

Will the Broadcaster Lawsuit Derail the Airwave Auction?

Comcast Defends Merger to FCC

Comcast meets face-to-face with the FCC's merger review team. Both Comcast and Time Warner Cable have decided to pull their sponsorship of a foundation dinner honoring FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyb...

When Lauren Bacall Stood Up To Congress's Communist Scare

Lauren Bacall began her lifetime of political activism by protesting Congress's Hollywood witch hunt.

The New York Times Wants Utility Regulation of the Internet

Thirteen Democratic senators have also urged Wheeler to regulate the Internet under Title II, and the FCC chief has said he is "seriously considering" the option. But it would spark a major battle...

From Dickens to Amazon: A Brief History of Literary Feuds

Amazon's feud with Hachette rages on, but it isn't the first—and won't be the last—fight over the value of books.

Why Microsoft Wants a Privacy Law

Microsoft wants a strong federal privacy law, but other tech companies are more interested in voluntary commitments.

Show More from Laura Ryan