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KAMPIS: FCC’s Misguided Net Neutrality Quest Rears Its Ugly Head Again

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 along party lines at its April 25 open meeting to reimplement net neutrality…

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KAMPIS: FCC’s Misguided Net Neutrality Quest Rears Its Ugly Head Again

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 along party lines at its April 25 open meeting to reimplement net neutrality…
by Johnny Kampis | May 15, 2024 Read More

Kuster, Pappas Expected to Back TikTok Ban

Live Free or Die -- but not online? Both Granite State U.S. Reps. Annie Kuster and Chris Pappas are expected…
by Michael Graham | March 12, 2024 Read More

Biden: TikTok Too Dangerous for Government, Just Right for Campaign

White House national security communications adviser John Kirby told reporters on Monday that TikTok, the social media platform controlled by…
by Michael Graham | February 12, 2024 Read More

Net Neutrality, The Dumb Idea That Won’t Die

America’s internet service is faster and more dynamic than ever. Thanks to affordable pricing and expanded access, households with broadband…
by Nathan Leamer | October 03, 2023 Read More

Judge Deals Blow to SEC Attacks on Crypto

“Who among us should get to decide the future of emerging technologies like crypto and blockchain? Should it be SEC…
by Taylor Millard | July 24, 2023 Read More

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OPINION: How a Free and Open Internet Can Check China’s Ambitions and Advance American Values

The United States has led the world for 30 years in advocating for and advancing a free and open internet.…
by NHJOpinion | June 21, 2023 Read More

OPINION: Don’t Waste Federal Broadband Funding

Last year, Congress passed the Infrastructure and Jobs Act that directed $65 billion toward the Biden administration’s “internet for all”…
by Steve Pociask | July 08, 2022 Read More

‘Don’t Break What Works’ Campaign Comes to NH

Granite Staters have seen the "Don’t Break What Works" TV ads urging Washington, D.C. to reject the American Innovation and…
by Elaine Mallon | May 16, 2022 Read More

After Face-off With Critics, IRS Abandons Plans for Facial ID Tech

The Internal Revenue Service has abandoned plans to force taxpayers to a private facial-recognition system to access their online accounts,…
by Scott Kimbler | February 08, 2022 Read More

BLOOMQUIST: Is Airlines 5G Scare An Industry Shakedown?

The U.S. airline industry, which is notorious for delayed flights, is now trying to postpone the takeoff of America's 5G…
by Randall Bloomquist | January 18, 2022 Read More

Atlantic Broadband Dumps Newsmax: Business as Usual, or Corporate Censorship?

For some Granite State fans of Newsmax, 2021 ended with a fizzle, not a bang. On December 31, Atlantic Broadband,…
by Randall Bloomquist | January 07, 2022 Read More

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Year-End Musings on COVID, Science, and Chainsaws

COVID-19 has provided a best-of-times, worst-of-times experience for expertise. The science has been spectacular, but discourse on that science has…
by Robert F. Graboyes | December 27, 2021 Read More

DEA’s ‘One Pill Can Kill’ Alert Latest Reminder of Cybercrime Dangers

The COVID-19 era brought a record number of drug overdose deaths — more than 93,000 last year -- fed in…
by Chris Woodward | September 30, 2021 Read More

Cybercrime on the Rise in NH, Nationwide

Cyber scammers took the town of Peterborough for $2.3 million earlier this year and drove its financial director Leo Smith…
by Damien Fisher | September 23, 2021 Read More

LUCAS: Beware the Chinese Trojan Horse

Make no mistake about it. China is at war with the United States.  But, it’s not yet a military war. …
by Jay Lucas | August 18, 2020 Read More

DHS Shuts Down ISIS Plot to Turn PPE Shortage Into Terror Funding

As the demand for PPE surged over the summer and shortages plagued supply lines, international law enforcement agencies and industries…
by Michael Graham | August 14, 2020 Read More

New Hampshire Law Gives Flying Cars A Lift

Are you ready to “drive” the friendly skies? If so, then take the first exit to the Granite State. In…
by Hiram Reisner | August 13, 2020 Read More

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Lydall Puts NH on Frontline In Fight Against PPE Fraud

The CEO of Lydall said on Friday that COVID-19 has been a wake-up call for governments around the world and…
by Kim Haas | July 25, 2020 Read More

Why Does Ed Markey Want To Take Away Your Free HBO Max?

Why is Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey so mad about you getting HBO Max for free? Markey and his fellow Democratic…
by Michael Graham | June 09, 2020 Read More

How Does New Hampshire’s Amazon HQ2 Bid Stack Up Against Others?

The six-week application period in which governments are bidding to host Amazon's second corporate headquarters reached its deadline on Thursday,…
by Jack O'Brien | October 20, 2017 Read More