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?Fiery Missives? and Other Emotional Tactics Driving Net Neutrality Debate... Last week, Google?s top Washington lobbyist disclosed that the company had configured its search engine to return paid links that support Google?s position on net neutrality after the entry of certain key words" ...
produced by Cox Communications, the third-largest cable TV and broadband communications provider in the nation. It?s a source for views and news on the many issues affecting broadband providers and consumers.How admirably old-school. How new media paradigm. How like your father lecturing you with false bonhomie about the evils of marijuana while sipping that highball in his hand. Google's top lobbyist is Andrew McLaughlin of ICANN and the Open Economies Project at the Berkman Center.
High-speed Internet, cable telephony, HDTV and a whole host of related innovations and issues in the digital space have created intense competition among providers. And, where there?s competition, there?s no doubt info overload for consumers and others trying to make sense of it all. With Digital Straight Talk, we want to make sure those in the industry, consumers and others who care have a clear understanding of our vision, direction and opinion. While we provide a Cox point of view, we also shoot for a balanced discussion that?s light on bull and heavy on substance. We air third-party commentary and even views from those who just might disagree with us.