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Supreme Court Gives AT&T a Grammar Lesson, Ruling Against Corporate Personhood

by Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday, the Supreme Court gave AT&T a grammar lesson, ruling against the telecommunications giant in a unanimous decision regarding “corporate personhood.”  Corporate personhood, which AT&T tried to use to evade disclosure rules, is a legal … Continue reading

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Google, Verizon Reportedly Agree on First Ever Pay-to-Play Deal Online

by Matthew L. Schafer On Thursday Bloomberg and The New York Times broke a much anticipated and rumored agreement between Internet service provider Verizon and the Internet’s largest search engine Google that will allow Google to pay for greater access … Continue reading

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Privacy, Privacy, Where for Art Thou Privacy?

“Privacy, he said, was a very valuable thing.  Everyone wanted a place where they could be alone occasionally.  And when they had such a place, it was only common courtesy in anyone else who knew of it to keep his … Continue reading

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