In anticipation of World Press Freedom Day, a new poll by Gallup found that people around the world think their media is becoming less free.
[Commentary] Too often children in the United States are not exposed to print or digital materials that reflect themselves or their culture. This can have harmful effects on a child, as such an absence impacts self-esteem.
[Commentary] Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler wants you to calm down.
[Commentary] It is no secret that Facebook, Google, Microsoft and others are targeting your personal data.
[Commentary] Network neutrality is in jeopardy -- just not in the way you might have heard.
In implementing network neutrality, some differentiation of traffic must be allowed on the Internet, even encouraged.
[Commentary] According to the Wall Street Journal, instead of preventing discrimination with real Network Neutrality rules, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler will propose a new set of rules in response to the January court dec
Russia's parliament approved measures to tighten control over bloggers, drawing accusations that lawmakers are stifling a final bastion of free speech in the country.
[Commentary] Recent studies have shown that there has been an increase in depression among girls that is linked with both obesity and can be caused by social media.
[Commentary] When attending two disparate conferences that shunned hype and hyperbole (and despair), and provided a decidedly forward-looking and practical perspective: America East, addressing media and technology strategies, and Journalism Inter
SCOTUSblog publisher Tom Goldstein wrote that the Senate Press Galley has denied its application for a press pass and will not renew a previously granted credential to Lyle Denniston, a veteran Supreme Court reporter who writes for the site.