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Mike Snider

KCEN News

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Mike:

YouTube advertisers quit over predatory child videos

Several major companies have pulled their advertising from YouTube after their ads were shown on videos of young children that had attracted scores of comments from pedophiles. The development comes just two days after YouTube announced a campaign to prevent inappropriate content and comments on its kids programming. An investigation reported Friday by U.K.'s The Times found comments from… → Read More

YouTube advertisers quit over predatory child videos

Several major companies have pulled their advertising from YouTube after their ads were shown on videos of young children that had attracted scores of comments from pedophiles. The development comes just two days after YouTube announced a campaign to prevent inappropriate content and comments on its kids programming. An investigation reported Friday by U.K.'s The Times found comments from… → Read More

YouTube advertisers quit over predatory child videos

Several advertisers have left YouTube after their ads were shown before clips of scantily clad children, a finding first reported by U.K.'s The Times. → Read More

Uber told potential investor SoftBank about big breach before public and riders

Uber told investor Softbank about a breach of data of about 57 million Uber customers and drivers before making the incident public. → Read More

What's at stake with the FCC's net neutrality vote

The Federal Communications Commission has released its regulations to replace the net neutrality rules passed in 2015 under President Obama. → Read More

Meg Whitman to quit Hewlett Packard Enterprise, says won't run for office — or go to rival

Meg Whitman, who oversaw a huge restructuring at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, will step down as its CEO on Feb. 1, 2018. → Read More

What is net neutrality and what would its reversal mean?

Net neutrality, or open Internet, is the principle that Internet service providers (ISPs) should give consumers access to all legal content and applications on an equal basis, without favoring some sources or blocking others. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The Federal Communications Commission will vote next month to repeal the net neutrality rules championed by President Obama, a move that will likely change how we use the Internet. New proposed regulations are being circulated among the commission today, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said Tuesday. The rules, which the commission is expected to vote on at its Dec. 14 meeting, would replace those Open… → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More

FCC set to overturn Obama-era net neutrality rules with Dec. 14 vote

The vote would replace Open Internet, or Net Neutrality rules which prevent Internet service providers from blocking or throttling legal content or accepting payment to prioritize some data. → Read More