The November issue of InfoTech & Telecom News reports a challenge by 21 state attorneys general against Craigslist, putting pressure on the firm to shut down its adult services section. They claim Craigslist is facilitating criminal behavior such as prostitution and human trafficking.
Also in this issue:
- Former governors Jeb Bush and Bob Wise have formed an organization, the Digital Learning Council, devoted to encouraging school districts to let more children use online education options.
- Congress may require smartphone manufacturers to install television and FM receiver chips in their products.
- The Federal Communications Commission is cracking down on repeat offender FM-radio pirates, imposing heavy fines.
- The Tennessee city-owned municipal wireless boasts it is the first in the country to attain 1G service--but private broadband providers have been offering much faster service for some time.
- The FCC is hearing complaints about a new television series featuring characters from a shoe company’s advertising campaign.
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