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  • Dodgers TV Row Fuels Unease Over Comcast-Time Warner Deal

  • Phone, Web Clampdowns in Crises Are Intolerable: Susan Crawford

    Can U.S. citizens count on using the Internet and cell-phone networks to communicate in high-stress situations? The Federal Communications Commission is about to examine that question. Public interest and the law both require that channels stay open.

  • U.S. Falls Behind in Race Toward Open Government: Susan Crawford

    When Brazil’s government buys anything from fighter jets to a fancy villa, details are available online within 24 hours. Such disclosures are a powerful way to combat corruption, and are a model for official openness that could inspire other nations.

  • Crawford: Cyberwar Hysteria Hurts U.S., Helps Consultants

    On Feb. 3, President Barack Obama and the entire West Wing lost access to e-mail for more than seven hours. A tree-trimmer had accidentally cut the lines running out of the White House data center. White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer sent a bulletin via Twitter -- the only way he could get the news out, he said -- letting the world know that “Verizon is working to solve the problem.”

  • U.S. Internet Users Pay More for Slower Service

    Terry Huval is a large, friendly man with a lilting Southern accent who plays Cajun fiddle tunes in his spare time. He is also the director of utilities in Lafayette, Louisiana. “Our job is making sure we listen to our citizens,” he says.

  • Wisconsin Top Court Declines to Hear Voter-ID Ruling Appeals

    Wisconsin’s Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a lower-court judge’s ruling last month that the state’s voter-identification requirement is unconstitutional.

  • Merger Made Comcast Strong, U.S. Web Users Weak

    On a gray day in February 2010, Brian Roberts sat facing the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee’s antitrust subcommittee. The panel was holding its first hearing on a proposed merger between two of the country’s most powerful media companies, the cable distribution giant Comcast Corp. and the entertainment conglomerate NBC Universal.

  • Time Warner Cable Sale Will Cost Us All

    The big four U.S. cable companies, which control more than 60 percent of the U.S. market, may soon become just three. Charter Communications Inc., now the fourth largest, has since last June been trying to buy Time Warner Cable Inc., the second largest. And it now looks as if the shareholders of TWC, which has been floundering recently, may force the company’s board to sell.

  • Jeff Bezos Can Make Newspapers Profitable

    I was in the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building when I learned yesterday that Jeff Bezos had bought the Washington Post. Looking around the majestic Rose Reading Room, recently renovated with the help of $100 million from Schwarzman, I thought, this is a moment I’m going to remember.

  • Democrats Target Ohio Ballot Rule as Republican Laws Fall

    Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s bid to preserve a law disqualifying provisional election ballots filed in the wrong precinct comes before a federal appeals court next week in the so-called battleground state.

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