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Net Neutrality: We’re not dead yet

Net Neutrality: We're not dead yet

Evan Moloney and Heather Trono

March 6, 2015

The Internet as we know it just escaped destruction. Last week, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 in favor of passing strong, Title-II Net Neutrality laws. But this is bigger than a single federal bill, this is the biggest victory in Internet-freedom history. Since before September...

North Korea: Aggressors, or scapegoats?

North Korea: Aggressors, or scapegoats?

Evan Moloney, News Editor

December 20, 2014

In recent weeks, Sony Pictures Entertainment has fallen prey to a series of powerful cyber-attacks compromising employee information and correspondences, in addition to a number of films and other works in production. The branch of Sony Corporation, responsible for recent films like the Spider-Man series...

Is web wiping wonderful?

Web wiping can be a problem as well as a saving grace to teens.

Kai Holmes, Contributor

September 23, 2014

What’s posted on the internet actually can be taken back. For years, the generation of Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, and Instagram have been taught that information is never truly deleted from the internet. In the state of california a new bill has passed, senate bill No.568, authored by State senate...

Why the Internet needs us

Without Net Neutrality, Internet Service Providers could charge individuals to pay for things, such as social media platforms.

Evan Moloney, News Editor

September 15, 2014

The Internet is in danger. Big danger. Net Neutrality has been one of the inherent laws of the Internet since its creation, and has become a defining element to our society, though we don’t necessarily recognize it. Essentially, the law states that Internet Service Providers (ISPs), like Time...

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