Why Did the 'Times' Let Alice Walker Recommend an Anti-Semitic Book?
When we're talking about violent anti-Semitism, studious neutrality is journalistic malpractice.
In a Final Round of Signatures and Vetoes, California's Governor Takes Some Legislative Risks
At the end of his last term, Jerry Brown is showing willingness to clash with opposition both within the state and at the national level.
Tensions Between Openness and Security Could Determine the Future of the Internet
If liberal-democratic countries don't do more to challenge trends toward authoritarian Web practices, the reigning view of the Internet may soon become far more restrictive.
Dispatches: Introducing Our Short-Form News Editor
News and notes from Pacific Standard staff and contributors.
Making Sense of the Challenges to the FCC's Net Neutrality Rollback
On Wednesday, the Senate made use of an obscure legislative procedure to challenge the FCC's proposed changes to net neutrality regulations. We chatted with a law professor to break down the specifics.
State Attorneys General Are Re-Filing Lawsuits to Challenge the Repeal of Net Neutrality
New York's attorney general says the push represents a struggle between "Big Telecom versus the American people."
New York Governor Signs Executive Order to Keep Net Neutrality Rules
The executive order requires Internet service providers to avoid charging different rates for higher loading speeds or blocking access to specific websites in order to be eligible for government contracts.
Twenty-Two Attorneys General Sue the FCC Over Net Neutrality Repeal
Last month, the FCC rolled back rules that prevented Internet service providers from blacklisting specific websites or charging different prices for faster loading speeds.
Why Comcast Walked Away From Its Proposed Merger With Time Warner Cable
A Comcast Time Warner Cable behemoth could have spelled trouble for consumers and online innovators.
Civil Rights Groups' Surprising Net-Neutrality Bedfellows
The fight over whether the Internet should have a meter has created some unexpected alliances in the groups lobbying the FCC.