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ACI’s digital tech researcher and writer, Zack Christenson, discusses how a deal between ESPN and wireless carriers would be good for consumers. You can read his piece in the Daily Caller at their website.
Chinese hackers made the headlines in May when Washington confessed that Chinese army officers are behind cyber-attacks to collect U.S. intellectual property and military strategies. It is unclear if the army hackers are on a commercial mission, doing espionage, or perhaps both. In April, Spanish police charged a man with a massive distributed denial of [...]
Published May 10, 2013, this Daily Caller piece written by Steve Pociask can be download at following this link.
The Huffington Post published an op-ed by Zack Christenson and Steve Pociask on newly released wireless survey results. To download and read the piece, please click here.
To understand Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), a reporter enrolled in 11 free online courses and tracked his experiences. He completed 2 courses and dropped 9 after realizing that although the lectures could be scheduled at his convenience, the courses took a lot of time away from his day job, and some required substantial preparation. [...]
The article is available on the Huffington Post website — download the article here.
The follow opinion piece write by ACI’s Zack Christenson ran on 4/24/2013. It can be downloaded at the Daily Caller website. Online Taxation to Crush Competition On Monday, the Senate voted to take up the Marketplace Fairness Act, the bill that would force Internet retailers to begin collecting sales tax on purchases made online. Currently, [...]
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski has invited ACI president Steve Pociask to participate on the FCC’s Consumer Advisory Committee (CAC). The new CAC term will end October 23, 2014. For more information about the CAC, visit the FCC.
As consumers, we rely directly on Internet for communicating with others, for earning a living, and for buying things or services that our families need. Indirectly, we depend on reliable Internet service to our friends and relatives, and to our merchants, employers and government. We need the physical Internet to work reliably and we expect [...]
Last week, Google announced they would be bringing their high-speed Internet and television service, Google Fiber, to Austin, Texas. This comes on the heels of last year’ announcement that they would do the same in Kansas City, Missouri, making it the first city to get Google’s new fiber service. This new service promises 1 gigabit [...]
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