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  • U.S. science group to study sexism at one of the most popular websites in the world

    Wikipedia may be sexist â€" and the federal government intends to spend more than $200,000 to find out why.

  • Gummit don't do IT good, here and elsewhere

    The private sector is held accountable in the marketplace. If IT doesn't work, or if cost overruns raise prices to uncompetitive levels, consumers have alternatives. When government IT fails, however, the citizen doesn't have any alternative.

  • Reliability of economic data undermined by digital revolution

    The economic data that drives so much political debate is becoming increasingly less reliable in the digital era. That's because new technology makes it hard to compare the 21st-century economy to anything that came before it.

  • House votes to extend moratorium on Internet taxes

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The House voted Tuesday to make permanent a moratorium that prevents state and local governments from taxing access to the Internet. Under current law, the moratorium expires Nov. 1, exposing Internet users to the same kind of connection fees that often show up on telephone...

  • State: Website links fishers, farmers, buyers

    BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The state Office of Community Development is touting the online Louisiana MarketMaker program that provides a database of local fishers, farmers and food retailers, matching food producers with consumer markets and thus potential buyers. NOLA.com/The Times-Picayune...

  • VIDEO: Senator Patrick Leahy pushes Bill of Rights for digital world

    Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., is calling for a Bill of Rights for the Internet in the hopes of keeping net neutrality in place.

  • What's the appeal of really stupid articles on the Internet?

    As the broader economy floundered over the past several years, one area has boomed: the proliferation of outrageously stupid articles on the Internet.

  • FCC should not presume it can regulate the Internet

    Despite judicial rebuffs of the Federal Communications Commission's two previous attempts to impose net neutrality mandates on Internet service providers, the agency is at it once again. In case you don't know by now, net neutrality regulations, in one way or another, would convert Internet...



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