After backlash, animal shelter fires security robot, “effective immediately”

As of Thursday morning local time, a San Francisco animal adoption agency will immediately halt its recent use of a controversial security robot. The move comes after the San Francisco SPCA had been scrutinized for its deployment of a Knightscope K9 to mitigate vandalism and the presenc...

Goodbye, net neutrality—Ajit Pai’s FCC votes to allow blocking and throttling

The Federal Communications Commission voted today to deregulate the broadband industry and eliminate net neutrality rules that prohibit Internet service providers from blocking and throttling Internet traffic. The repeal of net neutrality rules became a near-certainty about a year ago w...

Goodbye, net neutrality—Ajit Pai’s FCC votes to allow blocking and throttling

The Federal Communications Commission voted today to deregulate the broadband industry and eliminate net neutrality rules that prohibit Internet service providers from blocking and throttling Internet traffic. The repeal of net neutrality rules became a near-certainty about a year ago w...

Bomb threat temporarily disrupts FCC vote to kill net neutrality rules

Just as the FCC was about to vote on eliminating its net neutrality rules this afternoon, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was interrupted by a staffer and then called for a break in the meeting. “On advice of security, we need to take a brief recess,” Pai said. Best part of the net ne...

Bomb threat temporarily disrupts FCC vote to kill net neutrality rules

Just as the FCC was about to vote on eliminating its net neutrality rules this afternoon, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was interrupted by a staffer and then called for a break in the meeting. “On advice of security, we need to take a brief recess,” Pai said. Best part of the net ne...

2 million people—and some dead ones—were impersonated in net neutrality comments

An analysis of public comments on the FCC’s plan to repeal net neutrality rules found that 2 million of them were filed using stolen identities. That’s according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. “Millions of fake comments have corrupted the FCC public pr...

2 million people—and some dead ones—were impersonated in net neutrality comments

An analysis of public comments on the FCC’s plan to repeal net neutrality rules found that 2 million of them were filed using stolen identities. That’s according to New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. “Millions of fake comments have corrupted the FCC public pr...

“Suspicious” event routes traffic for big-name sites through Russia

Traffic sent to and from Google, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft was briefly routed through a previously unknown Russian Internet provider Wednesday under circumstances researchers said was suspicious and intentional. The unexplained incident involving the Internet’s Border Gateway...

“Suspicious” event routes traffic for big-name sites through Russia

Traffic sent to and from Google, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft was briefly routed through a previously unknown Russian Internet provider Wednesday under circumstances researchers said was suspicious and intentional. The unexplained incident involving the Internet’s Border Gateway...

Elderly doctor can’t get her medical license back, judge rules, again

For the second time, a New Hampshire judge has ruled against Dr. Anna Konopka, the 84-year-old New Hampshire doctor who recently surrendered her medical license after inquiries into her practice by the state medical board. The Wednesday court order was first reported by New Hampshire Pu...
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