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New tech think tank created March 28, 2006 An analyst at a Democratic think tank now is starting his own, with some help from tech firms. He's also reaching out to Republicans.
FCC chairman earns second term November 17, 2006 The U.S. Senate unanimously confirms Republican Kevin Martin for five more years at the agency's helm.
Google does K Street March 30, 2006 Campaign reform advocate David Donnelly says the company can't win the battle over Net neutrality with an insider strategy.
FCC approves AT&T-BellSouth merger December 29, 2006 After months of partisan deadlock, the Federal Communications Commission approves the merger valued at roughly $86 billion.
GOP revives ISP-tracking legislation February 7, 2007 New "law and order agenda" proposes data retention requirements. Also, owners of racy Web sites would have to post labels or go to prison.
Republicans try for four more years September 4, 2008 We bring you all the latest news from the Republican National Convention as the party takes its bid for the presidency to Minneapolis.
Ron Paul: The Internet's favorite candidate August 6, 2007 The libertarian-leaning Republican may not receive as much media coverage as better-known presidential candidates, but he enjoys a commanding lead on the Internet.
Could Karl Rove be right about tech? June 8, 2007 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says recent comments by President Bush's adviser contradict the reality that governs Silicon Valley.
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