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net neutrality
net neutrality

AT&T Is Terrified of California’s Proposed Net Neutrality Legislation

The bill would negate many of the competitive advantages AT&T is trying to get with its Time Warner takeover.
Karl Bode
12 hours ago
haXXXorz
haXXXorz

A Congressional Debate Was Hacked to Show Gay Porn

A forum featuring candidates for California’s 1st District Congressional seat was rudely interrupted by porn “pranksters.”
Samantha Cole
5.18.18
earons
earons

Internet Sleuths Are Harassing the Family of the Golden State Killer Suspect

Joseph James DeAngelo was arrested in connection to the 1978 murders of Brian and Katie Maggiore. Now, his family's information is being posted online.
Sarah Emerson
4.26.18
net neutrality
net neutrality

California Democrats Want to Weaken Bill That Would Protect Net Neutrality

"It’s outrageous that California democrats would produce a document that looks like it was literally written by lobbyists for AT&T and Comcast."
Karl Bode
4.16.18
Broadband Land
Broadband Land

What It's Like to Live in America Without Broadband Internet

In every single state, a portion of the population doesn’t have access to broadband, and some have no access to the internet at all.
Kaleigh Rogers
4.16.18
Facebook
Facebook

As Mark Zuckerberg Is Grilled in Congress, Facebook Stops Fighting California Privacy Bill

Facebook had previously spent $200,000 on a group opposing the California Consumer Privacy Act.
Kaleigh Rogers
4.12.18
Capture Loops
Capture Loops

Oregon Wants to Kill More Federally-Protected Sea Lions to Save Endangered Fish

A case study in the unforeseen consequences of well-meaning attempts at wildlife conservation in the Pacific Northwest, so protective as to be counterproductive.
Leslie Nemo
4.7.18
bots
bots

California Lawmakers Want Twitter Bots Branded With Disclaimers

Two pending laws will change the way Silicon Valley manages non-human social media accounts.
Troy Farah
3.23.18
Right to Repair
Right to Repair

Apple Must Explain Why It Doesn't Want You to Fix Your Own iPhone, California Lawmaker Says

Susan Talamantes-Eggman, who introduced a right to repair bill in California, says Apple can't play politics behind the scenes: "The onus is on them to explain why we can’t repair our own things and what damage or danger it causes them."
Jason Koebler
3.12.18
Right to Repair
Right to Repair

The Right to Repair Battle Has Come to Silicon Valley

A California lawmaker is making the state the 18th in the country to consider legislation that would make it easier to fix your things.
Jason Koebler
3.7.18
FCC
FCC

In the Wake of the FCC’s Net Neutrality Repeal, California Eyes Its Own Net Neutrality Law

But these efforts face a steep uphill climb.
Karl Bode
1.8.18
Low Altitudes
Low Altitudes

California Parents Used Drone to Deliver Drugs to Church Parking Lot

You don't often see two mom-and-pop dealers, not a sophisticated crime group, using a small UAV to move product from their backyard.
Caroline Haskins
1.4.18