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Monday Morning Coffee: 7/20/15

Welcome to this week’s Monday Morning Coffee.  This week we have more on digital in the 2016 campaign, the growing influence of social media on news consumption and what happens when startups have to get political. 264 more words


Why Netflix Is Backing This Huge Cable Merger

A proposed $55 billion merger between cable companies Charter and Time Warner Cable has a perhaps surprising ally: Netflix.

Netflix was a vocal opponent of last year’s proposed merger between Time Warner Cable and Comcast. 378 more words

What to Know About Google's Fight With Europe

An antitrust complaint filed against Google by the European Union earlier this year could force the company to pay huge fines and change the way its search engine operates in Europe. 889 more words

This Country Just Banned Revenge Porn

The United Kingdom is cracking down on people who share nude photos of their exes without their consent, a practice known as revenge porn. 127 more words

April 1, 2015

Tech Policy 

Before and after school

  • High school — eh kinda, whatever (?)
  • Middle school
    1. in a monitored room
    2. individual gaming? (not disruptive)

Time in between classes  61 more words


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