Category Archives: FCC

Internet Censorship in abeyance

Dear Bruce, You have been a huge part of our StopInternetRegulation campaign. THANK YOU. Together we beat the liberals at their own game with an unprecedented 808,363 comments! I hope this will be the start of something even bigger, and … Continue reading

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Free State Foundation on censorship

FREE STATE FOUNDATION FOURTH ANNUAL TELECOM POLICY CONFERENCE   Register Below for the Free State Foundation’s Star-Studded Telecom Policy Conference!  WHAT: FSF’s Fourth Annual Telecom Policy Conference   WHERE: The National Press Club, Washington, DC   WHEN: Tuesday, March 20, 2012, 8:45 AM … Continue reading

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Big Brother is Listening To Phone Calls And Reading Text Messages

http://tinyurl.com/3qwp9xw Big Brother is Listening To Phone Calls And Reading Text Messages FRIDAY, 28 OCTOBER 2011 05:38 J. D. LONGSTREET A Commentary by J. D. Longstreet On November 9th, 2011 Americans will get an up close and personal demonstration of the … Continue reading

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FCC censorship

Hudson Institute’s Center for Economics of the Internet cordially invites you to… Communications Policy and Looking to the Future:A Fireside Chat with FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell Thursday, October 612:00 PM – 1:30 PM FCC Commissioner McDowell has often noted that decreasing the burdens of … Continue reading

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