Posts from the ‘Government and Politics’ category

Freedom Isn’t Free

The Internet was thrown into an uproar on January 14, 2014, when the DC Circuit Court of Appeals struck down an FCC regulation protecting Net Neutrality.…

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The Importance of Net Neutrality

  In 2003, Columbia Law Professor Tim Wu coined the phrase “net neutrality,” stating that Internet service providers should treat all data equally, without charging discriminant…

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The Question of Free Speech

  Whenever a public figure—be it a politician, or a pundit, or a reality TV star, or a musician—makes some kind of controversial statement in a…

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Touting Transparency: The Obama Administration’s Defense of Drones

  On the first of May 2010 at the annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner, President Obama acknowledged that the Jonas Brothers were in attendance. He added,…

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Who Watches the Watchmen?

  The State of Texas made history this month when, on November 8th, a state judge sent former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson to jail…

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