Georgetown University law professor Adupam Chandler analyzes the evolution of government censorship, American style, with the invention of the Internet and social media.
Perhaps the single biggest influence on society today is the monolith of information comprised of the internet, social media, and online news and information. Nolan Higdon studies the big picture when it comes to that and true media literacy —
The following is an excerpt from Becker’s Healthcare. Web3 is touted as an inevitable game changer for the internet by advocates, while others think it’s a overhyped project with impossible barriers to mount. This new, decentralized and blockchain backed version
People are mixed on the impact it would have if the Internet went down tomorrow, forever. Thirty-four percent (34%) say it would be “much better” while 22% percent say it would be “much worse.” That’s according to our latest unscientific
In the age of coronavirus, the internet has become more crucial than ever for working families, but many of our communities can’t get high speed internet at all. Next month the FCC begins phase one of a $16 Billion dollar
Covid-19 has pushed Internet demand to new levels, but you might be surprised to hear tens of millions of Americans have no access to high-speed internet. That’s the subject of my cover story Sunday on Full Measure. We’ll answer a
Because of coronavirus, hundreds of millions of people are working at home. Kids are out of school. The internet is being stressed like never before. In Europe, some companies reduced the quality of video streaming to prevent an Internet collapse.
One forward-thinking scientist and his team have already started testing U.S. populations for Covid-19 antibodies to see how many people have already had it with no symptoms. This information is critical. It will help scientists calculate the very first accurate