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Leftist Terrorists Threaten FCC Chairman For Reversing Obama Internet Takeover

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who recently announced that he would be revoking net neutrality rules implemented by the Obama administration, is being harassed by leftist terrorists at his home following the decision. During an interview with FOX News yesterday morning, Pai described how his family was recently harassed by leftist terrorists desperate to maintain federal control over the internet. One sign posted at his home directed toward his kids said: “They will come to know the truth. Dad murdered Democracy in cold blood.” “I understand that people are passionate about policy, but the one thing in America that should remain… Keep Reading

Politics

Net Neutrality Strengthens Monopolies, Invites Corruption

When it imposed its net neutrality rules on the telecom industry, the FCC was fixing a problem that didn’t exist. While proponents of Net Neutrality have long claimed that the regulations are necessary to impose fairness for Internet usage, access to the Internet has only become more widespread and service today is far faster for users—including “ordinary” people—than it was twenty years ago. Nevertheless, when the FCC in recent months—now under pressure from the Trump Administration—announced that it may step back from net neutrality, supporters immediately began claiming that net neutrality was necessary to keep Internet access affordable and “fair.”… Keep Reading

Law/Politics

The War On Drones

The proliferation of drone technology has taken the world by storm. Quadcopters that cost many thousands of dollars just years ago are now available to hobbyists, commercial operators, and photographers for just a few hundred dollars. This new technology has also fostered several regulatory challenges. Known as Unmanned Aerial Systems, quadcopters, or simply drones, they are similar to remote control helicopters and planes. However, unlike RC aircraft, many of these drones are able to be flown out of the box without training or practice and are generally equipped with HD video and still photo cameras attached. Keep Reading

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