Famous Speech Friday: Shirley Chisholm's 1972 contested debate time

The Eloquent Woman

After an appeal against the first FCC ruling, which favored the networks, a court overturned the ruling.

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Net Neutrality - Issue We Can All Have Fun With

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

With Ajit Pai as the Trump Administration appointed head of the FCC, net neutrality can end. Folks just like you and me are urged to howl like wolves at the FCC. Most of folks in America are preoccupied with how to pay their mortgage and their kids' college tuition.


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Privacy - As Every Con Artist Knows, That Never Existed

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Today, president Trump will probably sign bill ending FCC rules about protecting internet/app user privacy. The deep-sixing of whatever the FCC is supposedly protecting me from won't make much of a difference in what is already happening. The latter two are not subject to current FCC rules about privacy. Long story short, internet wireless providers such as AT&T, Comcast and Verizon will be able to track our web/app behavior, then sell that data to third parties.


Drudge Report - Political Messaging Will Rip During 3.5 Hours of Emmy Awards (is this overkill?)

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Otherwise the FCC could start chasing CBS et al. The Drudge Report sends an advance notice to those who still love The Donald. That's the warning that Emmy producer Ken Ehrlich encouraged anyone at the mic to transmit a political message during the 3.5 hours of the Emmy Awards on CBS.


Facebook for the under-13: What TV had been for Baby Boomers

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

Eliot, FCC head Newton Minow predicted that television was creating a vast wasteland. Politicos, as well as the lawyers, educators, and psychologists, likely anticipate that Facebook for the under-13 will become the issue for this second decade of the 21st century.  

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