It’s getting harder and harder for the FCC to ignore the groundswell of support for Net Neutrality. And the number of groups buying the argument that there is any other way to do it than reclassifying is shrinking daily.
Our nation has long used surveillance to control marginalized and dissident voices.
It’s an issue my colleagues and I recently learned a great deal about from activists who exposed our nation’s shameful surveillance operations 40 years ago.
This morning, the Supreme Court delivered two opinions: one that undercut a startup challenging the power of broadcasters, and another that protected our privacy rights on cellphones. Whiplash, anyone?