The Times Newspapers published an article showing that ads on the popular video sharing website YouTube, were displaying on videos for Islamic extremists. On March 22, AT&T and Verizon pulled their advertising from YouTube and do not wish to return until they can be sure that their ads will not be paired with offensive content.
On October 27, 2016, rules were placed on the Federal Communication Commission requiring Internet Service Providers to obtain permission from customers before selling personal information regarding internet usage. Now these rules have been lifted. What does that mean for the future of the Internet?
Most people would agree that the American political system is in a period of intense turmoil. A new president has brought a new set of ideals and new cabinet members, leaving Congress confused about how to act.