Discrimination

Connect2Compete's new digital literacy initiative, Everyone On, is neglecting seniors.
Yet another media outlet tries, and fails, to uncover diversity data for major Silicon Valley tech companies.
While Maryland suburbs have a choice between cable and FiOS, Baltimore residents don't. But some are fighting back.
The FCC may delay loosening media cross-ownership rules in order to allow an impact study on minority ownership.
In Charleston, SC, union, civil rights, religious and civic leaders heard T-Mobile USA workers describe conditions and their fight for a union voice.
Ron Hira, Economic Policy Institute research associate and author of Outsourcing America, reveals abuse of the guest worker program.
U.S. House members have re-introduced the Social Networking Online Protection Act, or SNOPA, which would keep employers away from your passwords.
Europe is considering taxing firms like Netflix, Google and Facebook to support the physical Internet. Should we?
For low-income students without home broadband, McDonald's may be the default place to study.
Former FCC commissioners said in a court brief that Verizon's net neutrality position would cause communications to be "unsettled and dramatically narrowed."