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Brendan Sasso is a technology correspondent for National Journal. He previously covered technology policy issues for The Hill and was a researcher and contributing writer for the 2012 edition of the Almanac of American Politics. He grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and graduated from Claremont McKenna College.

Latest From Brendan Sasso

Why Your Smartphone Won't Be Faster Anytime Soon

Thanks to a lawsuit from TV stations, the FCC is delaying an airwave auction until 2016.

Aereo Loses in Court—Again

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Obama Could Do More on Net Neutrality

President Obama has touted his support for net neutrality but he could put real pressure on the FCC by endorsing Title II regulation. The Justice Department is putting more focus on cybersecurity....

Obama Talks Up Net Neutrality, But Could Do More to Defend It

The president has said he takes a "backseat" to no one on net neutrality. But he's not doing all he can to fight for tough regulations.

A Snowden Journalist Is Going to Work for the Government

Ashkan Soltani will be the new chief technologist for the FTC.

Why Verizon Wants to Boost Online Video

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Why Your Smartphone Won't Be Faster Anytime Soon

Thanks to a lawsuit from TV stations, the FCC is delaying an airwave auction until 2016.

Aereo Loses in Court—Again

Leahy Is Now Pressuring Everyone to Prevent Fast Lanes

Obama Could Do More on Net Neutrality

President Obama has touted his support for net neutrality but he could put real pressure on the FCC by endorsing Title II regulation. The Justice Department is putting more focus on cybersecurity....

Obama Talks Up Net Neutrality, But Could Do More to Defend It

The president has said he takes a "backseat" to no one on net neutrality. But he's not doing all he can to fight for tough regulations.

A Snowden Journalist Is Going to Work for the Government

Ashkan Soltani will be the new chief technologist for the FTC.

Why Verizon Wants to Boost Online Video

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