Posts Tagged: internet

Net Neutrality versus the First Amendment?

Wherever you stand on net neutrality, this opinion piece is a useful illustration of the pervasive role of analogy in both the common law and applied ethics. >>> LINK: FCC’s Open Internet Order Won’t Stand Up To The First Amendment

Net Neutrality versus the First Amendment?

Wherever you stand on net neutrality, this opinion piece is a useful illustration of the pervasive role of analogy in both the common law and applied ethics. >>> LINK: FCC’s Open Internet Order Won’t Stand Up To The First Amendment

Using Friendship as a Tool for Commerce

This piece is essentially about companies (mostly) leveraging the psychology of friendship in order to sell things. The focus on “powerful” people in the headline isn’t necessary (and the headline may well not have been written by the author of

Using Friendship as a Tool for Commerce

This piece is essentially about companies (mostly) leveraging the psychology of friendship in order to sell things. The focus on “powerful” people in the headline isn’t necessary (and the headline may well not have been written by the author of