Photo Credit: ✖ Daniel Rehn

What Does India’s Refusal of Facebook’s Offer Mean for the Future of the Internet?

By | LXBN | February 9, 2016

One day after the 20 year anniversary of the passing of “the most important law on the Internet,” and two days after a major data breach at the Department of Justice, one thing is abundantly clear: People are starting to view Internet connection as a basic right. Even if nobody can agree on how we supply that basic right.

Tweet Like LinkedIn LinkedIn Google Plus

Sixth Circuit to Hear Oral Argument in Challenge to Municipal Broadband Rules

Sixth Circuit to Hear Oral Argument in Challenge to Municipal Broadband Rules

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has scheduled oral argument for March 17, 2016, in an important case regarding the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC’s) ability to preempt state laws that place restrictions on local municipalities’ ability to provide their own broadband networks. 

Tweet Like LinkedIn LinkedIn Google Plus

Financial Abuse: The Invisible Wounds of Domestic Violence

By | NJ Family Legal Blog | February 9, 2016
Financial Abuse: The Invisible Wounds of Domestic Violence

When most people hear the horrific phrase “domestic violence”, they think only of the physical abuse or threats of physical abuse inflicted upon another; however, financial or economic abuse exists in approximately 98% of all domestic violence situations, according to the National Network to End Domestic Violence.

Tweet Like LinkedIn LinkedIn Google Plus