Topic: Internet

Study Shows Why US Residents Seek Abortion Medication Online

July 11, 2018
Fingers pressing space bar on computer keyboard

Research from the LBJ School of Public Affairs reveals four key themes about the motivations and experiences of people seeking medication abortion online. 

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Media Companies’ Quest for Profit Will Limit Access

Dec. 15, 2017

The FCC’s actions kill any claim for a right to be informed and a right to create. 

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Don't Leave All Control to ISPs

Dec. 8, 2017
Net Neutrality

Consumer freedom, competition and innovation, and increasing consumer cost are just some of the issues. 

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Are Facebook and Google Monopolies?

Nov. 1, 2017

Figuring out what Washington should do about the huge concentration of power in Silicon Valley is not easy. A law professor explains how antitrust law and economics works. 

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On “Monopoly’s” 80th Birthday, How the Internet Ruined It

Nov. 4, 2015
Monopoly Board Game with Money

Nov. 5 marks the 80th anniversary of Parker Brothers’ “Monopoly” board game. Yet we are at a point in history when traditional board games are being replaced with consoles, tablets and virtual reality. The lessons of capitalism taught in “Monopoly” are being used to replace an aging form of entertainment. Despite all the technological advancements, simple board games had the ability to captivate a family in the home. It’s a shame that this does not happen more often nowadays.

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