Tag: National Policy Analysis #204

Congress Takes a Byte Out of the FCC, by Faye Anderson

The millennium computer bug has bitten Vice President Al Gore. I'm not talking about the Y2K programming crisis. Gore's gigabyte-size problem stems from his role as head cheerleader for the Clinton administration's plan to wire all schools and libraries to ...
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