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The Curious Case of FCC Net Neutrality Comments

Any proposal for the change, creation or removal of rules that the FCC is going to bring for a vote must have a period for public comments. The purpose of the public comments is for people to voice support for or against the proposal and to provide a substantive legal argument for or against the […]

FCC Chairman is on a War Path

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said during an interview that his family had been harassed since announcing a December vote to repeal Net Neutrality. So far the harassment has amounted to signs outside of his home that read “They will come to know the truth. Dad murdered democracy in cold blood, and for what?! […]

Nextdoor.com Has A Discrimination Problem

Nextdoor is a unique social media platform that focuses on hyper-local communication by grouping connections into digital neighborhoods that represent the physical block each person resides. The community guidelines are well-intentioned but poorly interpreted even though they are written explicitly to avoid interpretation. Misinterpretation is most apparent in what a business can can’t post and […]