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What the FCC Did to Net Neutrality Today

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, December 21 2010

FCC Chair Julius Genachowski; March 2010 photo by wiredbike Read More

Hacking the FCC

BY Nancy Scola | Monday, November 8 2010

It's developer day at the Federal Communications Commission. Read More

FCC's New Website: Extra Developer-Friendly

BY Nancy Scola | Tuesday, September 7 2010

Federal Communications Commission Chair Julius Genachowski just ceded the Gov 2.0 stage at the Grand Hyatt Washington to Steve VanRoekel, a former Microsoftie now serving as the commission's geeky managing director, so ... Read More

Former Sunlighter Named FCC Data Director

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, June 30 2010

Sunlight Foundation vet Greg Elin has been named the Federal Communications Commission's first-ever "Chief Data Officer;" photo by Tom Gruber. Some interesting job news, Read More

The FCC Tweets Its #ThirdWay Plan for Broadband

BY Nancy Scola | Thursday, May 6 2010

Of important policy note is that the Federal Communications Commission just announced its plan to regulate broadband Internet as a "Title II" service, with some dialing back of its authorities on some of the ... Read More

The Future of Net Neutrality

BY Nancy Scola | Wednesday, May 5 2010

Worth mentioning here on the blog that there's a battle brewing this week over whether the Federal Communications Commission is going to assert some authority over broadband Internet or chose to accept a diminished ... Read More

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First POST: Responding

The aftermath of Ferguson continues to reverberate; how one Senate campaign took advantage of Facebook's micro-targeting tools; the new Congress' tech agenda; and much, much more GO

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First POST: Sad Reality

How social media changed the course of the Ferguson story; Ready for Hillary's 3-million-member email list; why Mark Cuban opposes net neutrality rules; and much, much more. GO

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First POST: All Against All

Why Uber isn't "the future" of cities; why journalists lost control of journalism; how Sean Parker is spending his political money; and much, much more. GO

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First POST: Power Frames

The differences between "old power" and "new power"; Uber as a new/old power hybrid; debating Clay Shirky's feminist cred; and much, much more. GO

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First POST: Creeping

Senator Al Franken's tough questions for Uber's CEO; how the NSA could make its phone metadata program permanent; global privacy groups launch a personal spyware catcher called Detekt; and much, much more. GO

Recreation.gov and other Govt Projects Move Toward Embracing New Digital Approach

A draft request for proposals for the revamping of Recreation.gov will include a requirement that reservation availability data be publicly accessible and that all proposals detail how they will enable third-party sales, as two members of the United States Digital Services have joined the government team overseeing the RFP, meeting some key demands of civic technologists and consumer oriented technology companies. GO

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