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How the Cable Guy could salvage the DTV transition, and why he's afraid to try.

If you don’t live under a rock, you probably know about the U.S. transition to Digital TV broadcasts coming in February. If you’ve been following it, you know that the number of people affected, i.e. those who receive only over-the-air television, has constantly been in dispute. The Federal Communications Commission, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, […]

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Things we can agree on.

I had the misfortune recently of sitting through a discussion of the policies of both Presidential candidates on data protection and cybersecurity. Or so I thought. While the representative from the Obama campaign, a respected law professor and privacy expert who I have seen testify before Congress many times, was direct but cautious in his […]

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Talking about Tubes

I do apologize for the infrequency of posts. I expected more to write about. Now I have no excuse. Starting Friday, there will be a confluence of technology events that will be covered, here and elsewhere. Friday morning, I’ll be at the Broadband Census for America conference. I’ve written in this space about infrastructure before, […]