In 2016, 15.4 percent or 48.9 million people lived in low-adoption neighborhoods, down from almost one-fifth in 2015. However, when looking at the share of folks living in low adoption neighborhoods by rurality, interesting dynamics surface.
The user agreement has become a potent symbol of our asymmetric relationship with technology firms. For most of us, it’s our first interaction with a given company.
[Commentary] How can Republicans get right with network neutrality?
[Commentary] I had been waiting with bated breath for the Supreme Court’s decision in Murphy v. NCAA.
[Commentary] The best and fastest vehicle for bringing back the vital protections of net neutrality resides in both houses of Congress.
[Commentary] Internet service providers would like you to think there’s broad agreement on net neutrality because everyone agrees cable companies shouldn’t block or slow access to websites and online services.