The women’s prize for fiction, established to redress the tendency by literary awards to overlook writing by women, is now in its 20th year. This is its longlist for 2015.
After months of pitched debate over so-called net neutrality, the FCC will finally vote on a proposal that will prevent broadband providers from slowing down or speeding up certain websites.
Some of the most popular apps on your smartphone ask for permissions that expose data to outside sources. In this video, people were asked to read some of these permissions out loud.
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday proposed the "strongest open Internet protections" the Web has ever seen. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said by placing broadband Internet providers such as Comcast and Verizon Wireless under a stricter regulatory regime, consumers would be ensured an open Internet.
Transparency is Necessary to Ensure the Copyright Industry Won’t Sneak Policies Through the Back Door
Policy makers intending to promote creativity have always overemphasized the importance of "copyright protection" without addressing the wide range of other concerns that are necessary to consider when making comprehensive innovation policy.
It's Copyright Week... Over the past two years, as talk of copyright reform has escalated, we’ve also heard complaints about the supposed expansion of fair use, or "fair use creep.” That kind of talk woefully misunderstands how fair use works.