Originally published at DigitalSociety.

It seems like every time there is a problem between business relationships in the telecom world these days, one side screams “Net Neutrality” and the blogosphere, twitterverse and news media go bananas.  It’s like screaming fire in a movie theater, or yelling bomb in an airport, or even playing the [...]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

The link that you can find here leads to a list of the 95 Democrats that were in support of net neutrality legislation.  If you were curious how many of them we in the free market still have to contend with, I went ahead and did [...]

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Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc

Just over a month ago on September 10th, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals gave decision on a long standing case, Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc.  Where first sale doctrine applies to copyright, the [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Mashable posted a story late in the day on Wednesday about Facebook spending $6,600 lobbying against a social networking bill in California.  The California bill, which can be found here, was set to make it illegal for any social networking site user from the state of [...]

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Online Gaming

Online gaming has been around for well over a decade.  And while it has been an excepted form of play for PC gamers for that span, online gaming did not truly hit its stride in the console [...]

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Downloadable Content

Downloadable Content is something that has existed in video games for decades.  What the younger audience of the video game market does not realize is that this content in yesteryear was all free.  Game developers and publishers [...]

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