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Entries by Timothy Karr from 09/2007

Guess Who's Afraid of an Open Internet?

| Posted 09.09.2007 | Media

While Gonzales' feckless reign at Justice is near an end, his legacy is clear: when his department files against you it's likely you're doing something right in defense of our freedoms.

Exposing the Justice Department's Hit Job Against an Open Internet

| Posted 09.12.2007 | Media

Net neutrality supporters today submitted a FOIA request to the Department of Justice to shed light on their recent hit job against net neutrality.

Verizon Scrambles Lawyers to Keep Wireless Market Closed

| Posted 09.13.2007 | Media
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Reading between the lines of a recent lawsuit, we see a brazen effort by Verizon -- and other dominant wireless carriers -- to use the courts to protect the status quo of control over our wireless marketplace.

In Tribune Meeting, FCC Chief Tips Hand to Big Media, Against Diversity

| Posted 09.21.2007 | Media

A move by the FCC to lift cross-ownership bans would further disgrace the agency that was put in place to safeguard diversity over the air.

Verizon Blocks Pro-Choice Text Messaging

| Posted 09.26.2007 | Media

The truth is that whenever given the choice, phone companies will opt to discriminate against content they don't like.

Free Speech Shouldn't End at Verizon's Door

| Posted 09.28.2007 | Media

Verizon is in full damage control, hoping this cloud will blow over in time for its next assault on free speech. But apologies aren't cutting it anymore.