|Susan Crawford in SF on May 14th|
Former White House Advisor and law professor Susan Crawford speaks on her new book Captive Audience: Monopoly Power in the New Gilded Age. 2:00pm on May 14th at the CPUC Auditorium 505 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco.
|Wireless Lifeline: Real or Phony|
Update: 11/29 It looks like a compromise proposal is in the works. Comments at the meeting looked very encouraging for consumer protections and a meaningful definition of basic service.
|There's a Public Internet and You May Not Be On It|
by Brendan Greeley and Jeff Bliss, Bloomberg BusinessWeek
Responding to a Department of Justice probe into anti-competitive behavior, telecom giant Comcast made the interesting claim that while competitor Netfix operates in the public internet, their on-demand movie service (Xfinity) operates in the private Internet.
by Andrew Couts, Digital Trends
In the spirit of the Bradbury novel and the Right-to-Know Monsanto initiative, a Google programmer has suggested a new error code indicating when a link you click on has been censored by the government.
|The Capacity Crisis Myth|
by Karl Bode, DSL Reports
Karl Bode of DSL Reports addresses the dramatic spectrum crunch rumors that justify the new trend of data caps and premium user fees.
|1st Week of Net Neutrality: (Kinda)|
After the Senate turned away a resolution of disapproval 52-46, a new reality of wireless discrimination and wired neutrality began on 11/20/2011.
|Open Internet: Insurrection at the e-G8|
An unscheduled press conference at the e-G8 featured Jeremie Zimmerman, La Quadrature du Net - Creative Commons founder Lawrence Lessig, Susan Crawford, jean-Francois Julliard, Reporters Without Borders and Yochai Benkler from the Berkman Center.