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Strange Adfellows for Net Neutrality: AT&T and . . . Burger King?

As the rumpus over the fate of net neutrality continues, it’s not just 21 states and the District of Columbia pushing back against the FCC decision to neuter neutrality. It’s also advertisers. Exhibit AT&T: This full-page ad that’s been running … Continue reading

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Guns N’ Exposes

TechPresident¬†presents¬†the gun barrel of targeted exposure: The Guns and Gun Data Debate, Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love the End of Privacy Public equals online. That mantra has been repeated often around here. Public equals online. Make … Continue reading

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Hey, Does THIS Violate The People’s Pledge?

From our False Alarm desk: An outfit called United Steelworkers Political Action Fund has released what it describes as “Shame on You, Scott Brown :30 TV.”   But it’s not actually a TV ad. According to a press release published … Continue reading

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Let The Whatever-Billion-Dollar Rumpus Begin! (Poetry And Pros Edition)

Michael Scherer waxes lyrical at Time’s Swampland blog: AFP Brings Poetry To Political Boob Tube Politicians are supposed to campaign in poetry and govern in prose. But political advertising this cycle has been, for the most part, a bunch of … Continue reading

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