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Reuters* Britain denies its spies used U.S. data to break laws * Obama to face questions when he visits Germany * Issue makes waves in Australia and New Zealand By Andrew Osborn LONDON, June 9 (Reuters) - Revelations of a huge, secret U.S. Internet spying...
ReutersBRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) - Europe's top telecom regulator will call for an end to mobile roaming fees and equal access to the Internet in a speech at the European Parliament on Thursday, as she seeks backing for reforms to create one market for telecom...
Tags: Telefonica SA, Politics, France Telecom, Skype, Consumers
Sun SentinelGov. Rick Scott ran through a wide range of topics during an hour with the Sun Sentinel editorial board on Tuesday. The central point: Everything’s going well in Florida, from Scott’s vantage. “The state’s headed in the right...
President Barack Obama will soon appoint a new chairman of the FCC to replace outgoing chairman Julius Genachowski. The FCC has many important issues pending. One is a request from Congress that the FCC determine if there is "effective competition" among...
Federal Communications Commissioner Robert McDowell, who was seen as a free-market advocate and friend to the media industry and a foil to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski, announced he is leaving the regulatory agency in the next few weeks. A...
AT&T this week announced that all iPhone users with tiered or shared data plans can now make cellular FaceTime calls. That's good news for those customers, but AT&T's critics say it should stop withholding the feature from the last group still being...
CNNMoneyComcast on Thursday decided to get rid of its controversial 250 gigabyte-per-month cap for its broadband customers, replacing it with a usage-based billing system. The company put its current cap in place in 2008. The decision was aimed at a small number...
WASHINGTON (AP)— In letters from his last hideout, Osama bin Laden fretted about dysfunction in his terrorist network and crumbling trust from Muslims he wished to incite against their government and the West. A selection of documents seized in...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Islam, Yemen, Joe Biden, U.S. Army
Channel Guide MagazineThough the official general election season is still months away, your television is likely overrun with incendiary ads and partisan discourse that drive you nuts. But before you turn on that “news” program that makes you feel so much better,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgBefore his death, Osama bin Laden boldly commanded his network to organize special cells in Afghanistan and Pakistan to attack the aircraft of President Obama and Gen. David Petraeus. “The reason for concentrating on them is that Obama is the...
Opinion L.A.By asking Google to remove an app from a forthcoming phone for its network, Verizon Wireless has rekindled the debate over a compromise in the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality rules that Google and Verizon helped broker. The app is......
Company TownThe Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held a hearing on new video platforms....
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