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Musical Support for Santorum

March 7, 2012

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NPR.org – What The FBI Wants In A Social Media Monitoring App

February 8, 2012

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David thought you would be interested in this story: What The FBI Wants In A Social Media Monitoring App http://www.npr.org/blogs/alltechconsidered/2012/01/31/146090425/what-the-fbi-wants-in-a-social-media-monitoring-app?sc=emaf So now it seems the FBI will be bulking up their ability to gather intelligence from publicly posted material on sites like Facebook and Twitter. They are asking the private sector to help create an […]

How Big Telecom Used Smartphones to Create a New Digital Divide – COLORLINES

February 8, 2012

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How Big Telecom Used Smartphones to Create a New Digital Divide – COLORLINES. Given the new FCC rules that create a difference between wire-line and mobile internet access, what does this mean for the bigger picture? According to recent Pew Research Group polls, more African-Americans and Latinos access the internet through mobile devices than Whites […]

Net Neutrality: What’s Mobile Got to Do With It? | Save the Internet

February 8, 2012

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Net Neutrality: What’s Mobile Got to Do With It? | Save the Internet. As of December, the FCC has passed a new set of rules called the FCC’s Open Internet. The problem is that these new rules create a distinction between wire-line internet (home accessed internet from a computer) and mobile internet (internet access from […]