Comcast & TWC: Playing multidimensional digital chess

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That’s the game. You might not think lawmakers in D.C. would be very proficient at such a complex endeavor. But humility is not a Washington strong suit, and so last week the Senate Commerce Committee questioned Comcast and Time Warner …More

What Heartbleed tells us about software liability

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The technology press has been awash in stories recently about the so-called Heartbleed bug that releases sensitive user data from any service using the OpenSSL encryption library. (See here for a clear and lay-accessible overview of the problem.) The subsequent …More

Outcome document arrives before the doors open for the NetMundial conference

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Wikileaks has posted a draft outcome document created by the Executive Stakeholder Committee of the NetMundial Internet Governance conference to be held in Brazil April 23rd – 24th.  Before the first multi-stakeholder invited to attend had taken a seat, the …More

Hey Comcast – let’s talk sports (regional sports networks that is)

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I am usually not surprised at America’s fascination with sports telecasts (I share it; that’s why I write on it!).  But surprised I was when not just one, but at least three Senators took a great deal of time to …More

Jeffrey Eisenach talks net neutrality and Internet governance on the Diane Rehm Show

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On Monday, TechPolicyDaily’s own Jeffrey Eisenach appeared on the Diane Rehm Show. The segment focused on the recent EU net neutrality vote and ICANN announcement and included Laura DeNardis of American University, Cecilia Kang of the Washington Post, and Esther …More

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