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Tech Companies Reel as NSA's Spying Tarnishes Reputations | Bloomberg

U.S. technology companies are in danger of losing more business to foreign competitors if the National Security Agency’s power to spy on cus

Surveillance Costs: The NSA’s Impact on the Economy, Internet Freedom, and Cybersecurity

As a new version of the USA FREEDOM Act surveillance reform bill is expected to be introduced in the Senate this week, the debate about the

Worried About Online Surveillance? Your Librarian Can Help | Yes! Magazine

As Seeta Peña Gangadharan argues, “Data literacy can’t be taught by parachute or evangelism. The best thing would be to give resources to sc

All Aboard for Net Neutrality | In These Times

Seeta Peña Gangadharan, senior research fellow at the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute, says the FCC’s notice and comment

Battle on Many Fronts to Get NYC Wired | City Limits

Those nodes use Commotion software deployed by New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute (OTI) to emit their signals and connect to

House Republicans Are Killing the Dream of Local High-Speed Fiber Internet | Motherboard

"This comes down to the issue of local choice. It's a matter of whether broadband services in an area meet the needs of the community," Patr

Sharp Divide Seen in Net Neutrality Comments on Rules for Mobile Broadband | Communications Daily

Michael Calabrese, director of the Wireless Future Project at New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute, said in a news release the

The Most Revealing Broadband Adoption Maps We've Ever Seen

Greta Byrum and Georgia Bullen were quoted in CityLab, which cited maps created by the Open Technology Institute.