Tennessee sues the FCC to stop city-run internet
By re-classifying broadband internet as a utility, the FCC has effectively declared that it's a right, nay a necessity, for every American. That's why it also dismantled laws in states like Tennessee that restrict municipalities from supplying …
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E-Book Startup Oyster Hires Jeannie Mun As Its First CFO
At the same time, it faces competition from similar services, namely Scribd, as well as Amazon's Kindle Lending Library. Recent wins include signing up “Big Five” publisher Macmillan (along with Scribd) and adding J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels.
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Man acquitted on appeal in bribery case involving election of Collin County judge
On Wednesday, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals granted a review in Stacy Stine Cary's case. The investigation began when Wooten defeated longtime Judge Charles Sandoval in the Republican primary in March 2008 and had no opposition in the …
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