Obama Official-Network Neutrality Deviser Says First Amendment Doesn’t Apply to Our Computers

Seton Motley Breitbart.com Big Government 25 Jun 2012

On December 21, 2010 the Barack Obama Administration–via its Federal Communications Commission (FCC)– illegally imposed Network Neutrality.

Net Neutrality allows the government to regulate every website on the World Wide Web–a tremendous First Amendment free speech problem.

Net Neutrality came from the fevered mind of Tim Wu. […]

White House Emails Show More Extensive Improper Contact With Google

Peter Flaherty National Legal and Policy Center 7/22/2010

Recent email communication between White House Deputy Chief Technology Officer Andrew McLaughlin (in photo), who is Google’s former head of Global Public Policy, and multiple outside individuals raise new questions about the official’s alleged circumvention of federal ethics and recordkeeping rules.

McLaughlin’s communications with Google officials and […]

Light-bulb grabbers at it again

New labels and mandates an example of nanny-state excess

Editorial The Washington Times 6/25/2010

In the midst of an economic crisis, troubles in Afghanistan and various terrorist threats around the globe, the last thing on the minds of Americans is the light bulb. That didn’t stop the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) earlier this month from […]

Schumer wants info sharing guidelines for social networking sites

Jordan Fabian The Hill 4/25/2010

Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) wrote the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Sunday asking the agency to provide guidelines to social networking sites on user’s private information.

As the Associated Press reported, the New York senator wants to ensure that private information submitted to the websites is not given away improperly to […]

Required FTC blogger disclosure

by WALTER OLSON Overlawyered.com Chronicling the high cost of our legal system OCTOBER 8, 2009

Publishers sometimes send me books in hopes I’ll review or at least mention them. I occasionally attend free advance screenings of new movies (typically law-related documentaries) that filmmakers hope I’ll write about. This site has an Amazon affiliate store which […]