Right now we are in the midst of a revolution in communications. Dynamic changes and improvements in technology have revolutionized the way we live and work.
Arizona House Bill 2549—a controversial bill intended to suppress online and electronic stalking, harassment, and cyberbullying—was pulled from further consideration by one of the legislation’s spo
Pacific Gas and Electric, the utility serving most of Northern California, was forced to replace a number of so-called “smart meters” destroyed by a power surge in late August.
A third-party analysis commissioned by the Illinois-based Commonwealth Edison Company estimates the company’s 5.4 million Illinois utility customers could save $2.8 billion on electric bills over a
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If Pennsylvania House Bill 633 passes, the state will no longer mandate local and state agencies to print public notices detailing their spending in local newspapers, requiring them instead to post
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of AT&T in allowing a case to go to individual arbitration instead of being filed as a class action. The Court’s ruling in AT&T Mobility v.