Posts Tagged ‘Hillary Clinton’

Obama Appoints New Members to Broadcasting Board of Governors

Media July 13th, 2010

WASHINGTON, July 13, 2010 – President Barack Obama has appointed eight new members to the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Hillary Clinton: ‘U.S. Government Is Committed To Internet Freedom’

Broadband's Impact, International January 21st, 2010

WASHINGTON, January 21, 2010 – Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday addressed a crowd of activists and policymakers on the lack internet freedom abroad – and its impact on U.S. policy.

“Technology is forming a new nerve-system for our planet” Clinton said, relating stories of technology serving people world-wide: saving lives in Haiti, helping farmers in Kenya, and facilitating open dialogue around the world.

Clinton also spoke of the Internet as the “digital commons of our time,” adding that the responsibility of every nation to maintain the integrity of the Internet as a system for facilitating commerce and the free flow of information throughout the world.

Europe and Asia are 'Cleaning Our Clock' on Broadband, Says Report Author

Broadband Data July 11th, 2008

WASHINGTON, July 10 – The lack of a cohesive national broadband policy in the United States is hampering the nation’s ability to deploy high-speed broadband, attorney James Baller said Thursday at the Alliance for Community Media conference here.

Candidate Meets Web: Internet Campaign Directors on What Worked and What Didn't in 2008

Expert Opinion June 23rd, 2008

NEW YORK, June 23 – The final morning panel on the first day of the Personal Democracy Form here focused on worked and what didn’t in the 2008 campaign. To the question, “has the Internet finally arrived as a campaign tool?”, the answer is: yes.

Blogs and New Media Playing Central Role in Presidential Politics

Broadband's Impact June 12th, 2008

June 11 – Technology and being connected on the Internet are playing a central role in the upcoming election, a panel of new media-style journalists and campaign operatives said Wednesday.

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