Format: 2014-11
Jun 12, 2014
Bloomberg View - Several years ago, I abandoned my Verizon Wireless subscription for a phone from Sprint, thinking I'd get a better deal from a smaller player. Earlier this year, I left Sprint for T-Mobile, drawn by the maverick carrier's no-contract, no-subsidy approach and applauding the idea that international data service -- slow but nonetheless valuable -- came with my new subscription.
May 29, 2014
By Marci A. Hamilton May 29, 2014 - Professor Douglas Laycock of the University of Virginia School of Law is the subject of a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request from a rising senior and a recent alumnus of the university. According to the Charlottesville Daily Progress, they seek records indicating:
May 22, 2014
Bloomberg View - Just when you thought the information infrastructure industry in America couldn't be consolidated any further, AT&T has announced another merger.
May 5, 2014
OUPBlog - As the American public debated the legislation ultimately enacted into law as the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, no person was more influential than the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett. Much attention was given to billionaire Buffett’s complaint that his federal income tax bracket was lower than his secretary’s tax rate.
Apr 28, 2014
New York Times - Last week’s proposal by the Federal Communications Commission to allow Internet service providers to charge different rates to different online content companies — effectively ending the government’s commitment to net neutrality — set off a flurry of protest.
Apr 24, 2014 - To be honest, I don’t care what his name is, because what is far more important is that Americans understand he is not some lone gunman who happened to lose it one day. He is part of a movement of like-minded believers who hold virulent, white supremacist, anti-Semitic, racist, and misogynist views in the United States. Some, like him, pair those beliefs with violent intentions and actions.

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