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Meet Executive Order 12333: The Reagan rule that lets the NSA spy on Americans

[Commentary] Americans should be concerned about the collection and storage of their communications under Executive Order 12333 than under Section 215.

No human has ever been to Mars. But NASA wants to put commercial satellites there.

NASA is investigating ways to put commercial satellites into the planet's orbit.

Net neutrality defenders actually fine if Internet users decide what goes fast

One section of AT&T’s network neutrality comments has caught the attention and earned the ire of some fans of neutrality regulations.

FCC: Over 1 million comments have now been filed on net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission says more than 1 million people have now submitted comments on network neutrality.

Microsoft’s massive layoffs target Nokia division

Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella announced that up to 18,000 of his employees will get pink slips by 2015, as part of a massive round of layoffs.

You may never see a penny of the $400 million Apple just agreed to pay e-book buyers

Apple has agreed to pay e-book customers $400 million to settle a class-action lawsuit over its e-book pricing practices. But don't get too excited. The company is only going to pay under certain conditions.

What a terrible Comcast rep can teach regulators about the Time Warner Cable merger

[Commentary] A Comcast customer service call from hell highlights something that isn't as easily quantified by cold, hard economic analysis.

Google’s back-door approach to Internet policy

Google isn't exactly sitting on its hands in the network neutrality debate. It's taking a more oblique approach to the Washington game -- like speaking through industry groups.

This is why the government should never control the Internet

[Commentary] July 15 is the deadline for the public to comment on the Federal Communications Commission’s attempt to regulate the Internet under the seemingly innocuous moniker of “net neutrality.”