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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

Why Verizon Wants to Boost Online Video

Leahy Presses Comcast for Stronger Net Neutrality Pledge

Man Sues Comcast, Says the Company Got Him Fired Over Billing Dispute

Conal O'Rourke says a billing dispute with Comcast cost him his job.

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the idea.

Fighting ISIS's Messaging Online Is Key to Victory

The leader of the international coalition against ISIS said that combating the group's message online is as important as defeating them militarily.

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters.

Nobel Research Proves Net Neutrality Is Bad, Or Maybe Good

Show More from Laura Ryan

Why Verizon Wants to Boost Online Video

Leahy Presses Comcast for Stronger Net Neutrality Pledge

Man Sues Comcast, Says the Company Got Him Fired Over Billing Dispute

Conal O'Rourke says a billing dispute with Comcast cost him his job.

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the idea.

Fighting ISIS's Messaging Online Is Key to Victory

The leader of the international coalition against ISIS said that combating the group's message online is as important as defeating them militarily.

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters.

Nobel Research Proves Net Neutrality Is Bad, Or Maybe Good

Show More from Laura Ryan