Piscataquis Observer: A Third Way On Net Neutrality?

By Matthew Gagnon This fall, my son decided to participate in the speech and debate club at his school, his father beaming with pride. To help encourage him, I also volunteered as a judge. Throughout the year, I had a neat opportunity to watch kids from area schools construct arguments for and against topics, and watch […]




South Florida Sun-Sentinel: Net neutrality now. Put politics aside.

By Mike Montgomery Everyone understands how vital the internet has become to modern life. It’s one of the fastest spreading technologies in all of human history and an indispensable gateway to education, jobs, housing and government services. It’s where we find news, entertainment, culture and social connection — so much so that a third of […]