Nevada Congresswoman urges Trump to oppose call for online gambling ban

Nevada Representative Dina Titus is urging the President Elect to oppose a call for an online gambling ban.

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Tim Cook calls FBI backdoor demand 'dangerous,' vows to fight case

Article Image Apple chief executive Tim Cook has promised to oppose a court order that would have the company create a compromised version of iOS with weakened encryption, the result of FBI requests for help in accessing data stored on an iPhone 5c used by a gunman in the San Bernardino shooting.

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Most Americans oppose Comcast merger with Time Warner Cable

Most consumers in the United States oppose the proposed merger of the country’s biggest cable TV and broadband Internet providers, according to a new survey by the Consumer Reports National Resea…

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John Oliver Explains 'Net Neutrality' With a Few Choice Words


Sectors of society ranging from public interest groups to Google and Facebook oppose the FCC’s mid-May passage of new Net neutrality rules. However, they’re going about the issue all wrong, comedian John Oliver said in a rant on Net neutrality. “The cable companies have figured out the great truth of America: If you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring,” Oliver said. “That’s why advocates should not be talking about protecting Net neutrality; they should call it preventing cable company f*ckery, because that’s what it is.”

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