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Recent articles by Maggie:

President Biden names Jessica Rosenworcel as interim FCC chair

The president is expected to name a permanent chair of the agency at a later date. → Read More

Biden is sworn in as president: What it will mean for tech

Joseph R. Biden will soon become the 46th US President. Here's what it will mean for the biggest tech issues of the day. → Read More

Biden as president: What it will mean for tech

Joseph R. Biden will soon become the 46th US President. Here's what it will mean for the biggest tech issues of the day. → Read More

Biden to activate FEMA and National Guard to vaccinate Americans

The President-elect said his team plans to "Manage the hell out of this operation," to hit the ground running on vaccinating Americans. → Read More

10 Republicans vote to impeach Trump in historic break from party

In the most bipartisan vote for impeachment in US history, a small group of Republicans hold the president accountable for his actions. → Read More

As House moves on impeaching Trump, some push censure instead. Here's what that means

Lawmakers who say impeachment is too divisive have pushed to censure. But what is censure? Let us explain. → Read More

Why the First Amendment can't protect Trump on Twitter or save Parler

Here's what you need to know about the constitutional protection of free speech in America. → Read More

Capitol Hill violence stokes ire at Facebook, Google and Twitter

With Democrats now in control of Congress, Big Tech could face stricter regulation due to backlash over the failed insurrection fueled by Trump's tweets. → Read More

What's Section 230? The social media law that's clogging up the stimulus talks

The rule, part of the Communications Decency Act, has served as a legal shield for social media companies. Now it's a pawn in the negotiations over coronavirus-related aid. → Read More

Trump signs stimulus bill ahead of government shutdown, releasing checks and aid

After days of refusing to sign the stimulus bill into law, Trump authorizes the joint COVID-19 relief aid and government funding bill. → Read More

Big Tech in 2021: Washington is ready to lay down the law

From antitrust lawsuits to a potential privacy law to limits on free speech protections, Silicon Valley will face calls for more regulation in the coming year. → Read More

Piracy and controversial copyright laws tucked inside COVID relief bill

Illegally streaming pirated content for profit could land you in prison for up to 10 years. → Read More

FCC gets tough on China amid security concerns

The agency says all carriers that get US government subsidies and use Chinese telecom equipment must replace their gear. → Read More

Senate pushes through controversial FCC confirmation

The Republican-led Senate voted to install a new FCC commissioner, which could slow down Democrats' plans to reinstate net neutrality under the Biden administration. → Read More

Net neutrality fight is about to come roaring back

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will step down when President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January. That's likely to reignite an old debate over who should police the internet. → Read More

With Ajit Pai stepping down, the net neutrality debate is roaring back

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will step down when President-elect Joe Biden takes office in January. That's likely to reignite an old debate over who should police the internet. → Read More

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who killed net neutrality, will step down after Trump term ends

Pai, appointed by Donald Trump in 2017, will leave on the day of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration. → Read More

FCC votes to free up 5.9GHz spectrum for Wi-Fi

The agency has gone against the recommendation of the Department of Transportation in reallocating the spectrum. → Read More

Biden beats Trump: Here's what it means for tech

The 2020 presidential race is over. Here's what it will mean for the biggest tech issues of the day. → Read More

Election Night 2020: Here's how your vote will actually be counted

Historic levels of early voting ensure there'll be a lot of ballots to count. → Read More