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"… arent), Facebook Inc., Amazon.com Inc., and their trade groups such as the Internet Association spent $50.9 million on lobbying in 2015, more than four times …"

"… town University, describing the growing influence of these firms.  “Internet companies wield an outsized influence, but it's not so much the power to p …"

"… t companies that include the likes of eBay, Netflix and LinkedIn, fund the Internet Association, the self-proclaimed “voice of the Internet economy” that …"

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"… p in terms of speed in the move from dial-up connections to Fixed Wireless Internet,” AT&T said on its website. FCC conditions also require AT&T to …"

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"… dated to reflect the position of Roslyn Layton that competition among Internet providers is not working as intended. More than a quarter of Americans ca …"

"… ave what has become a crucial service for participation in modern society: Internet service at home. The proportion of households with Internet service had b …"

"… dern society: Internet service at home. The proportion of households with Internet service had been rising steadily for decades, according to the Pew Researc …"

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"… 86-year-old house where coal miners once lived — and where there’s an Internet connection. Ed, who comes here because he can’t afford the parking fees …"

"… here he’s got some experience, but he has yet to land a job. Without the Internet connection, he’d have no hope. “You can’t walk into a Wal-Mart with …"

"… use his last name because he fears employers may avoid hiring him. “The Internet today is like electricity. If you don’t have it, you’re screwed.” E …"

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"… stead of fighting the deal — which would create a cable TV and broadband Internet provider with 30 million customers and a television network — rivals lik …"

"… such deals, may trade off having a smaller number of cable television and Internet service providers for agreements that the remaining companies won’t bloc …"

"… roviders for agreements that the remaining companies won’t block or slow Internet traffic for their personal gain. That’s the guarantee of a free and open …"

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"… partisan investigative journalism, and she has proven instincts on how the Internet news marketplace is evolving. I welcome her counsel as we continue to inno …"

"… ow with Peter J. Solomon Company. Seegal specializes in media, telecom and Internet companies. In addition to the Center, he is also a trustee of the New York …"

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"… t."Meanwhile, her husband, Michael Senkowski, remains the lead telecom and Internet partner at Washingtons premier communications law and lobby firm, Wiley Re …"

"… ing partner at Wiley Rein & Fielding, heads its telecommunications and Internet practices. According to his corporate biography, Senkowski has handled reg …"

"… y team on the FCC. Wiley Rein also represents major telecommunications and Internet companies such as Verizon, Motorola, and America Online.Federal lobbying r …"

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"… to that process.The database is updated daily and available for download. Internet users can investigate FCC records related to individual stations without d …"

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"… become the core innovators of the information boom of the 1990s, from the Internet and e-commerce to Shaw's blend of computer-based finance. From Stanford he …"

"… nolds Metals.The company has also explored expanding its business onto the Internet. In the early 1990’s, one of Shaw’s top executives was Jeff Bezos, who …"

"… who left D.E. Shaw to found Amazon.com. The company tried to jump onto the Internet bandwagon when it created FarSight and D.E. Shaw Financial Technology, two …"