To celebrate Sunshine week, Free Press volunteers all over the country paid visits to their local media outlets to collect information from their public file. And the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to examine how to balance the need to protect sensitive government information with the public’s right to know about threats to their health and safety.
Congress voted to keep a portion of unused TV airwaves for unlicensed, which could help providers connect rural areas with high-speed broadband -- but the bill also has a downside. A Chicago city alderman proposed an ordinance that would forbid the Chicago Police Department from shutting down mobile towers, blocking mobile and Web access or jamming signals. Meanwhile, the FCC has halted LightSquared’s wireless plans and a senator from Iowa is holding up two nominees for FCC commissioner.
The U.S. Postal Service's recent proposal to hike postal rates has small print publications and news outlets worried for their future. And a deal between Google and Verizon could mark the beginning of the end of the Internet as we know it.
A new bill has been introduced in Congress that would require all public information from most federal agencies to be made available online. And mainstream media's reporters could learn something from aggressive celebrity paparazzi.
Former United States Representative Cynthia McKinney blows the whistle on Zionist control of Congress and 911!!! This is a must listen-to interview from www.theinfounderground.com interviewer Ognir, and is also posted on www.iamthewitness.com! Please pass this information to EVERYONE you can and to every newspaper, radio, and television medium that you can; please post it to every message board that you can, as well!