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‘I like my arms and legs attached to my body’: Why is this major conglomerate that does business with McDonald’s, Colgate-Palmolive, and the New York Times showing so much illegal content?

‘Cable operators are so powerful they can manipulate media.’

On by Claire Goforth

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Solar flares or sabotage: TikTok has theories about what happened with today’s massive cell phone outage

What could it be?

On by Marlon Ettinger

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‘They are nothing but liars and scammers’: Viral TikTok claims T-Mobile offered a family new phones for free—then charged for them

‘They had told me my phone was free and they lied to me.’

On by Claire Goforth

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Verizon users latest to be hit with spam ‘freebies’ text scam

The texts claim to offer users a ‘little something’ or a ‘little freebie.’

On by Andrew Wyrich

A group of Democratic lawmakers unveiling the Save the Internet Act, a bill that would restore net neutrality.

Comcast, AT&T spent tens of millions to stop a bill reinstating net neutrality

A new study shows just how much ISPs pushed back against the Save the Internet Act.

On by Andrew Wyrich

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How to get Netflix for free

T-Mobile wants to give you free Netflix, with a few catches.

On by John-Michael Bond

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Dude tries to destroy the internet to keep video of his dance moves off it

Show us the dance moves, buddy.

On by April Siese

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Why didn’t the publication of the FCC’s net neutrality order sink telecom stocks?

The Comcast doth protest too much.

On by Aaron Sankin

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Here’s what the sexual fantasy of ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ is really about

What turns Anastasia Steele on most: What’s between Christian’s legs or what’s in his wallet?

On by Miles Klee

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California regulators scrapped a plan to weigh in on net neutrality

“A real double-dose of unsurprising and disappointing.”

On by Aaron Sankin

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NSA’s malware spreads to 50,000 computer networks worldwide

The agency has digital “sleeper cells” in every corner of the globe.

On by Miles Klee

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Free city-wide Wi-Fi is coming to Amsterdam

A hot startup promises to connect an entire city.

On by Miles Klee

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Wikipedia Zero: All the world’s information, no Internet access needed

The Wikimedia Foundation is working with telecoms to bring digital information to the developing world.

On by Miles Klee

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Verizon finally responds to FOIA request—with 300 blacked-out pages

This is some compelling reading right here.

On by Miles Klee

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Telecom CEO, now out of prison, has some choice words for the NSA

A businessman’s belief that he was the victim of a political prosecution gains traction in light of leaks.

On by Miles Klee

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