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Comcast tells government that its data caps aren’t actually “data caps”

“There isn’t a cap anymore. We’re out of the cap business,” Executive Vice President David Cohen said in May 2012 after dropping a policy that could cut off people’s service after they use 250GB in a month. 189 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

New From the GAO

New GAO Reports
Source: Government Accountability Office

1. Education of Homeless Students: Improved Program Oversight Needed. GAO-14-465, July 31.
http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-14-465
Highlights – http://www.gao.gov/assets/670/665184.pdf
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Business And Economics

Podcast on Education of Homeless Students

In the 2011 to 2012 school year, there were more than 1 million homeless students in the United States. The Department of Education established a grant program to help homeless students gain access to public education. 36 more words

Government Accountability Office

GAO: Defense Department ‘Violated’ Two Laws in Bergdahl Prisoner Swap

This is from CNSNews.

Six of Deserter and Traitor Bergdahl’s comrades die trying to rescue him.

Then Deserter and Traitor Bergdahl gets his freedom because Obama trades six vicious terrorists for his freedom. 233 more words

New From the GAO

New GAO Report
Source: Government Accountability Office

World Trade Center Health Program: Approach Used to Add Cancers to List of Covered Conditions Was Reasonable, but Could Be Improved. 17 more words

Government And Politics

'The Meaning Of The Law Is Clear And Ambiguous': GAO Says Pentagon Broke Law With Bergdahl Swap

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon broke the law when it swapped Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, a prisoner in Afghanistan for five years, for five Taliban leaders, congressional investigators said Thursday. 702 more words

News

Bergdahl prisoner swap deemed illegal by GAO

Non-partisan office declares Bergdahl prisoner swap illegal

After months of political bickering the Government Accountability Office determined that the Pentagon broke the law when they swapped five Taliban leaders for Sgt. 401 more words

National Security