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The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

Google Announces Plans to Cut Ties With ALEC

Chairman Eric Schmidt said the conservative group was "lying" about climate change.

 

Bitcoin, the Greatest Scam of All Time?

Frank Abagnale, con-artist extraordinaire of Catch Me If You Can fame, says the cryptocurrency is "a way to rob people of their life savings."

How to Use Twitter if You're a Politician

The social-media giant releases a complete guide for legislators.

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

The party is holding the line on new Internet regulations, but that's costing them their seat at the negotiating table.

A Political Ad Has Turned to Tinder, Because That's Where the Millennials Are

A new ad from Generation Opportunity urges Colorado voters to "swipe left" on Sen. Mark Udall.

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The FCC Wants to Get Creative on Net Neutrality

The commission hints at some possible new approaches for regulations.

Google Announces Plans to Cut Ties With ALEC

Chairman Eric Schmidt said the conservative group was "lying" about climate change.

 

Bitcoin, the Greatest Scam of All Time?

Frank Abagnale, con-artist extraordinaire of Catch Me If You Can fame, says the cryptocurrency is "a way to rob people of their life savings."

How to Use Twitter if You're a Politician

The social-media giant releases a complete guide for legislators.

How Republicans Might Accidentally Make Net Neutrality Stronger

The party is holding the line on new Internet regulations, but that's costing them their seat at the negotiating table.

A Political Ad Has Turned to Tinder, Because That's Where the Millennials Are

A new ad from Generation Opportunity urges Colorado voters to "swipe left" on Sen. Mark Udall.

Is Cathy McMorris Rodgers More Than a Token?

Her social-media and tech efforts are meant to boost the GOP, but will the highest-ranking woman in the House find the motivation to boost herself?

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