Edward Graham

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Edward is a Reporter at Morning Consult covering tech policy.


Tech Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Edward Graham Week in Review Pushback on FCC’s net neutrality repeal vote Eleven House Democrats – including Reps. Gregory Meeks (N.Y.), Elijah Cummings (Md.) and Frank Pallone (N.J.) – sent a letter to the Government Accountability Office asking it to investigate allegedly fake public comments that were filed on the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality […]

Tech Brief: Chinese Ride-Hailing Company Didi Chuxing Reportedly Plans to Expand to Mexico Next Year

By Edward Graham Government Brief Groups representing internet service providers tried to assuage fears about the Federal Communications Commission’s planned net neutrality rule rollback vote on Dec. 14 by highlighting the notion of “unfair discrimination” in a series of statements about how the current regulations are impacting broadband providers. The new push from telecommunications groups — […]

Tech Brief: U.S. Officials Say Warrantless Surveillance Can Continue Even if Law Expires This Month

By Edward Graham Government Brief Trump administration lawyers have reportedly concluded that Congress has more time than previously thought to reauthorize Section 702 of the FISA Amendments Act, the nation’s warrantless surveillance program that’s set to expire on Dec. 31. White House lawyers said the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation can keep […]

Tech Brief: Google Pulling Support for YouTube From Amazon’s Streaming-Media Devices

By Edward Graham Government Brief Eleven House Democrats — including Reps. Gregory Meeks (N.Y.), Elijah Cummings (Md.) and Frank Pallone (N.J.) — want the Government Accountability Office to investigate allegedly fake public comments that were filed on the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality docket. The Democrats sent a letter to the GAO asking the agency to […]

Tech Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Edward Graham Week in Review FCC faces backlash for proposed net neutrality repeal More than 200 online businesses – including Airbnb Inc., Twitter Inc. and Pinterest Inc. – signed a letter to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai attempting to dissuade him from his planned vote to roll back the Obama-era net neutrality rules at […]

Tech Brief: GM Announces Plans to Launch Autonomous Taxi Service By 2019

By Edward Graham Government Brief An interagency federal panel chaired by the Pentagon’s chief information security officer issued a new directive on the use of government-managed mobile devices in secure spaces. The policy, which was issued by the Committee for National Security Systems, lists minimum requirements that must be met before any senior security officials decide […]

Tech Brief: Study Shows 94 Percent of Net Neutrality Public Comments Were Duplicates

ty Edward Graham Government Brief A Pew Research Center study found that public comments on the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality docket are rife with fake identities and duplicate messages. The organization’s analysis found that, of the roughly 21.7 million comments submitted to the FCC regarding its proposed repeal of the net neutrality rules, 6 percent […]