Tech at Night: After Thanksgiving Catch Up Edition

On November 29, 2010, in General, by Neil Stevens
Tech at Night

Hello! The big story that we’ve been following with Tech at Night since the beginning has been Net Neutrality, but right now we’re still stuck waiting on this issue. Republicans aren’t going to act on it until January at the earliest, and we aren’t going to know what (if anything) the FCC will do on the issue in December until they tell us. So we wait, spread the word on why it’s not needed, and of course get loud against the radicals.

So until then, we return to what was once the big tech issue, and what might again become the big tech issue: Copyright.

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Tech at Night: Al Franken, Google, Net Neutrality, Copyright

On September 21, 2010, in General, by Neil Stevens
Tech at Night

I skipped Tech at Night on Friday because I was in Austin for the Red State Gathering 2010, but I’m back now, so here we go.

We start off with what would have been the lead story on Friday, too: Net Neutrality hero and all around socialist gasbag Al Franken is now under a cloud of suspicion for ethics violations, violating Senate rules to spend money inappropriately on Net Neutrality advocacy, as well as using his role as Senator to raise money for private groups.

He’s crooked enough, he’s dishonest enough, and doggone it, people pay him.

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