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Net Neutrality: Whose internet is it anyway?

Net Neutrality: Whose internet is it anyway?

We must be informed about the net neutrality debate unfolding in front of us right now, or forfeit our freedom on the internet forever, says Amrita Madhukalya DNA, 1 week ago

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Freedom of Information Act, my ass(ignment)

I need your help. Please take down this phone number: (301) 763-2135. That's the direct line to John Thompson, head of the US Census Bureau. I need you to give him a call. Ill explain why. As my readers know, Ive been investigating the Census for ...
 New York Post3 days ago
Huffington Post

The Way Forward On Religious Freedom And LGBT Civil Rights (All Together Podcast)

Welcome to this week's ALL TOGETHER, the podcast dedicated to exploring how ethics, religion and spiritual practice is informing our personal lives, our communities and our world. All Together is hosted by Paul Raushenbush, Executive Editor of ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
Miami Herald

Mexican Congress Expands Reach of Freedom-of-Information Law

Mexico's Congress has approved freedom of information legislation that will allow public access to data from almost any entity that receives government funding. The measure was passed Thursday in the lower house on a 264-68 vote and now goes to ...
 ABC News1 week ago

Egypt's top auditor says state institutions hindering information law

Several state bodies don't want Egypt's government to issue a Freedom of Information law which stipulates citizens' right to access information regarding corruption, head of the Central Auditing Agency (CAA) Hesham Geneina said on Thursday. Article ...
 Al Ahram1 week ago
Huffington Post UK

BBC Favours Daily Mail Over The Guardian, Freedom Of Information Request Reveals

The Daily Mail is known for slating the BBC as Guardian-reading Lefties but it's going to struggle to get round the findings of a recent Freedom of Information (FoI) request. The FoI, submitted by Press Gazette , found that the BBC actually buys ...
 Huffington Post UK1 week ago

Cong bats for Net freedom

The Congress, which had brought the draconian Section 66A of the Information Technology Act when in power, today expressed "unequivocal support" for "Net Neutrality" and asked the Narendra Modi government to immediately issue policy directions to ensure ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago ‘SC quashed one section against online freedom, upheld another’  Times of India1 month ago SC verdict to protect free exchange of views on Net  Deccan Herald1 month ago Had raised concern in RS 3 yrs ago over misuse of IT Act: Jaitley  Deccan Herald1 month ago

Bose family united in demanding complete information on Netaji, says emotional grand nephew

The grand nephew of one of India's well known freedom fighters and Congress leader Subhash Chandra Bose, Surya Bose, has said his entire family was united in their demand for receiving complete information from the Indian Government on the decision ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Section 66 (A) Scrapped: On Online Freedom, Government's Balancing Act

The government welcomes the Supreme Court judgment, said Information and Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad. New Delhi: While defending Section 66 (A), a law that allowed arrests for offensive content online, the government had told the Supreme Court ...
 NDTV1 month ago NDA stand different from UPA's: Prasad  Deccan Herald1 month ago 'Those in power must be liberal,' says IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Welcoming Verdict on Section 66(A)  NDTV1 month ago

German student demands to see exam questions before taking it

 A clever German student has used his country's freedom of information act to request a copy of his exam questions, in advance. According to The Guardian, Simon Schräder, 17, from Münster, used the internet platform*“ask the state”), to ...
 Deccan chronicle2 weeks ago
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