The Center for American Progress seemed to have blockbuster news on Tuesday: an expose titled "Telecoms' Secret Plan To Attack Net Neutrality." On its Think Progress blog, the liberal advocacy group announced it had "obtained" a PowerPoint document "which reveals how the … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo The “Secret” Telecom Anti-Net Neutrality Plan that Wasn’t
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Thousands of people could be paying hundreds of pounds more each year for their mobile and broadband than others on the same contract, according to new data. The website ismybillfair.com, which allows users to enter details of their household bills and compare the cost with … [Read more...] about ‘I told Virgin Media I knew it was charging others less and it cut my bill by £444 a year’
The next scene in Return of the Bushies may feature Brent Scowcroft, who was National Security Adviser to Bush I. The anonymous leakers of Washington are whispering that Scowcroft is in line to become head of the President’s Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. This … [Read more...] about A Bush Summer Rerun?
In most of the world, it’s the sign for peace, but here in Argentina it means war. The index and middle finger, held to form a V, means to his followers, Menem vuelve, Menem will return. Carlos Menem, poster boy of Latin American neoliberalism, president for almost all of … [Read more...] about Elections vs. Democracy in Argentina
The exhaustive list of foreign leaders and famous people exposed in a massive leak of confidential documents held by a Panamanian law firm illuminates a sprawling network of offshore investment accounts often used to make secretive investments and pad luxury … [Read more...] about Panama Papers read like Who’s Who of world power