Tag Archives: Calling

FCC Proposes Rules to Improve 911 Emergency Calling

By Glenn S. Richards and Joseph A. Cohen The first 911 call was made 50 years ago, long before wireless phones, texting, and Internet calling were used for everyday communications. Congress and the FCC regularly propose and adopt laws and … Continue reading

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Passengers Now Calling Directly From the Cruise Ship After Accident

Perhaps passengers are becoming more aware of their rights? Perhaps they’re scared of making a bad decision? Perhaps they’ve read too many stories on CNN or on social media about people falling off cruise ships and having to be rescued … Continue reading

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Cat Calling Attention to Women’s Footwear?

When ideas from different realms converge in a single moment of time, a new blog post is born. “Catcalling” — albeit a rebranded, reimagined, or redefined version of it — recently has been front and center in a political Twitter storm and remains a lightning … Continue reading

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Mike Pence introduces Pentagon report calling for a space force

Enlarge / Ballistic missile defenses will be one of the things that would be shifted into the space force. (credit: Department of Defense) Today, Vice President Mike Pence gave a speech at the Pentagon in which he filled in some … Continue reading

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EFF sues to kill FOSTA, calling it “unconstitutional Internet censorship law”

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images | baona ) The Electronic Frontier Foundation has asked a court to invalidate a new anti-prostitution law, saying that it amounts to unconstitutional censorship of the Internet. The Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA) was approved … Continue reading

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