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Internet Memes VS the FCC’s plan for Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality is what keeps the Internet as we know it alive. Net Neutrality prevents powerful internet companies from single-handedly killing websites by making them impossibly slow. But now, the FCC is threatening to release new rules to END Net Neutrality and Internet Freedom as we know it—creating a fast lane for those rich enough… Read more »

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The Conflict in Iraq: Here’s the Context the Media is Missing

The situation in Iraq is changing daily—and it may be hard to separate the spin from the facts. Currently, 275 American troops have been deployed to Iraq as a Sunni militancy has overtaken large parts of the country, challenging the U.S.-backed Shiite government of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki. But, in order to make informed decisions for the future, we must look at the historical context. We hope this post helps to fill in the gaps between what you’re hearing in the news, and the reality of a complicated situation.

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