Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Two sources, here and here, have now confirmed some blurbs seen on Twitter the last few days that March’s upcoming Broadband Plan will include the proposition of a website called Video.gov.  Tony Romm of The Hill has suggested that it would be an archival [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

It appears that our friends to the north are getting a little added attention on Twitter, not for the Olympics but focused rather on the telecom sector.  Back in the spotlight is the infamous  Berkman report describing how Canada is falling behind the rest of the world in broadband [...]

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Piracy, Same As It Ever Was

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

In the last few years, to protect copyright and prevent piracy, game publishers have had to start moving toward some rather extreme forms of protection.  Of course gamers today never had the experience I had growing up where I had to plug a security circuit into the I/O port to [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

A report from the Office of Naval Research that is about 15 years too late for myself, but may be helpful for those half my age to wave in the face of their parents, was released this week that highlights the benefits of video games.

ONR claims that [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Upon venturing to the FCC’s new Future of Media site you will be of course welcomed to the future.  It seems lately that the FCC has been welcoming us all to the “future” in a lot of areas.  Which generally means that FCC fingers and venturing into areas we are [...]

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Originally published at The Daily Caller.

The FCC’s Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on net neutrality announced in October 2009 just closed the “comments period” this past Friday. This was the period in which anyone may address the FCC’s announced NPRM and provide positive or negative comments, solutions, and advice. If the proposed rules [...]

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