Going Viral … For Good

Posted By: Citizens for a Digital Future , 10/13/2015 : Posted in : Blog
“Going viral.” It’s a term just about every American teenager knows and a status almost every company, nonprofit, or wannabe celebrity wants to achieve. And why not? Viral videos rack up millions of page views (generating new customers and contributors to certain causes), generate thousands of laughs (or groans) and sometimes even alter pop culture. more »
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GLI’s wish list includes local option sales tax and telecom reform

Posted By: Citizens for a Digital Future , 11/25/2014 : Posted in : In The States, Kentucky, News
Louisville Business First, November 24, 2014 With the Kentucky General Assembly set to convene in January, Greater Louisville Inc., the metro chamber of commerce, was scheduled to outline its legislative agenda Monday during the 2014 Elected Officials Appreciation Dinner at the Louisville Marriott Downtown. The legislative priorities were shaped by more than 300 community leaders more »
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Why the Public Utility Model Is the Wrong Approach for Internet Regulation

Posted By: Citizens for a Digital Future , 11/11/2014 : Posted in : News
Harvard Business Review, November 11, 2014 With President Obama’s announcement on Monday urging the FCC to regulate the Internet under a 1934 law that managed the old monopoly Bell system as a public utility, the net neutrality debate has officially descended to the ninth circle of hell. Ever since January, when a D.C. federal court more »
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