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Hillary Rodham Clinton Sits Down With Kara Swisher (Liveblog)

Hillary Rodham Clinton has been a senator, first lady and secretary of state, but there is still one seat she has never occupied.

By which, of course, we mean the interview chair opposite… 79 more words


Here's Why Russia Is Cracking Down on Google

Google may be running afoul of anti-monopoly laws in Russia. The country’s regulators are investigating the way the search giant bundles its apps onto Android devices in response to a complaint by Yandex, Russia’s leading search engine, according to… 160 more words

How AT&T Wants You to Pay For Your Privacy

The privilege of not having your every click tracked, saved and regurgitated in the form of targeted ads will only cost you $29 per month on AT&T’s super-fast Internet service. 186 more words

State of Starting Up in the Garden State

Entrepreneurship nonprofit LaunchNJ partnered with Publitics to conduct and release the first annual “State of Starting Up in the Garden State” survey aimed at assessing the mood of the entrepreneurial community in New Jersey.   562 more words


Benton Foundation: Thune at AEI on Tech Policy

Chairman Thune at American Enterprise Institute (via Benton F) http://t.co/XpRdSTtUmD

— Catherine Michael (@ICComLib) January 29, 2015

Culture And Communications

Google Spent Even More on Lobbying Than Comcast in 2014

Google’s influence is increasingly being felt in Washington, according to a corporate spending watchdog.

The search giant spent $16.83 million on federal lobbying in 2014, according to public records analyzed by public interest nonprofit Consumer Watchdog — just a little bit more than the $16.8 million spend racked up by… 191 more words

Five tech issues to watch now that the Republicans control Congress

The 2014 midterm elections turned out to be bad news for President Obama as the GOP nearly ran the table in key Senate races, giving Republicans control of both houses of Congress. 676 more words