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NYC To Turn Some Of Its 12,000 Phone Booths Into Free Wifi Spots

Closing the Digital Divide with Public Wi-Fi

Public wi-fi access points are critical to closing the digital divide.
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Cyber Monday, Black Friday Raise New Data Security Concerns

On the heels of Black Friday, and Cyber Monday well underway, the season of shopping and gifting raises new concerns about data security for consumers and corporations alike. According to the Risk:Value Research Report by NTT C...
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Black Buying Power Does Not Translate to Silicon Valley Hiring Practices

There are 43 million African Americans in the United States, and by next year black buying power is expected to reach $1.1 trillion. In an Atlanta Black Star article, “5 Industries Black People Should Dominate Based On Our C...
by Politic365 Staff
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Butterfield Elected Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus for the 114th Congress

WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) was unanimously elected today as the 24th Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus for the 114th Congress.  Beginning in January, Butterfield will lead the largest...
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Health Care Deadline Looms, The Penalty is Steep

Uninsured Americans face a stiffer penalty if they do not acquire health insurance in 2015.
by Politic365 Staff
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Walmart Leads Solar Installations, Could Inspire Other Corporations

When you think of Walmart, “bigness” often comes to mind. With 11,000 stores in 27 countries, it is the largest retailer in the world, and the largest company by revenue. Its more than 2 million workers, makes Walma...
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Duke Solar Investment Won’t Pass Costs to Consumers

Last month Duke Energy announced plans to invest $500 million to acquire and construct three large solar farms in North Carolina, including a 65-megawatt array that Duke says will be the largest east of the Mississippi River. ...
by Politic365 Staff
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Blood Donation App Makes it Easier for African Americans to be Donors

Less than 1 percent of blood donations are from African Americans. Though compatibility is not based on race, genetically similar blood is best for patients who need repeated or large volumes of blood transfusions, or those who...
by Politic365 Staff
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Hispanic Wireless Users Survey: Fewer Taxes, More Spectrum

Recently McLaughlin & Associates partnered with Penn Schoen Berland to develop and conduct a bipartisan national online survey of 417 adult Hispanics, and the 2014 Hispanic Consumer Survey reveals a lot about Hispanic wirel...
by Politic365 Staff
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What A Difference A Week Can Make

              Call it good PR, calculated business maneuvering, serendipity or maybe all of the above but things are looking up for REVOLT TV. If you Googled “Revolt TV” a little over a we...
by Politic365 Staff
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“Troops to Energy Jobs” Trains, Employs Veterans

The unemployment rate for veterans who served since 2001 dipped slightly in 2013 to 9%, the Labor Department reports. That’s down from 9.9% the year before, but well above overall civilian unemployment levels of around 7%...
by Politic365 Staff
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ASPIRE Inspires in Violence Torn Chicago

News out of Chicago these days always seems to carry a body count; and having quickly become known as “Murder City” after the last few years of increasing gang and gun violence, one must diligently search for or stumble upo...
by Politic365 Staff
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Pursuing A Wireless Exception for Open Internet Rules

We live in an increasingly mobile society. Wireless penetration in the U.S. now exceeds 104%. Nearly 90% of households use wireless and in 37% of those homes it’s wireless only.  An even more mind-blowing stat is that 45 mil...
by Politic365 Staff
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Three years ago, AT&T first launched its “It Can Wait” campaign, and has since become the leader in the no texting while driving movement.  With continued investment and active partnering with celebrities and other saf...
by Politic365 Staff
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Is the FCC Being Distracted by Net Neutrality and Not Focusing on DE Rules?

It’s hard to miss what’s going on with the FCC and the debate over what constitutes an open Internet – or what exactly does net neutrality mean.  Unless you’re living an unplugged life then you’ve probably seen or he...
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