FCC: We're not backing down on net neutrality

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Supporters of an open, truly competitive Internet faced a news cycle's worth of scare headlines. "FCC proposal would destroy net neutrality... Read more

Credit-protection trickery at Bank of America

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau continues to show its worth in cold, hard cash coming back to consumers victimized directly by financial... Read more

Web Lite, or pay up? Fake ad imagines a non-neutral net

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The news that a Washington appeals court has tossed out the FCC's 2010 "Open Internet" order gives new currency to this 2009 graphic created... Read more

How Phila. insurer dodged some "Cancellations!" furor

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If you're a policy wonk, politically obsessed, or otherwise fascinated by health-care news during the troubled rollout of Obamacare, you may... Read more

Elizabeth Warren's strategy against 'too big to fail'

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Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is often cast as a "progressive heartthrob" or "liberal darling," - the kind of dismissive terms that have... Read more

Calling out the GOP's 'Obamacare chutzpah'

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The new federal Obamacare website, HealthCare.gov, isn't working as it should. Democrats are embarrassed and pushing for speedy fixes. Republicans... Read more

Philly's imperiled schools: The view from Central's robotics team

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Last month, I shared an open letter from Daniel Ueda, a physics teacher at Philadelphia's prestigious Central High School best-known as coach... Read more

FTC: Company thumbed nose at credit-reporting rules

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You may never have heard of Certegy Check Services. But if you ever pay a merchant by check, it's one of the companies likely to be deciding... Read more