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In Nashville, Google Fiber Gets Caught in Legal Battle

(Sep 2016)

When Google first announced its plan to bring ultra high-speed broadband internet to select locations across the United States, cities clamored to be a part of the process. Now, more than 6 years later, the Fiber project’s process of delivering high-speed broadband to the Netflix-addicted masses has proved to a bit more slow going than

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Internet Governance & Politics: The Transition to ICANN

(Sep 2016)

During this campaign season fraught with major policy and political discussions, a historic Internet transition is flying under the radar, despite the attempts of Senator Ted Cruz and others to stop it. If you stopped someone on the street and asked who governs the internet or how your computer can find any website in the

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FBI vs. The Dark Web

(Sep 2016)

The Fourth Amendment guarantees a right to privacy… or so we all thought.  In the recent string of Playpen cases pending now across the United States, this issue has arisen after the discovery of thousands of users of the child pornography website.  Was the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) able to legally hack into private

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