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” “Republicans try to take cheap phones and broadband away from poor people,” Ars Technica reports. monthly subsidies toward cellular phone service or mobile broadband. “ Coding Bootcamps Won’t Save Us All,” Edsurge informs us. Robots and Other Ed-Tech SF. Elsevier has acquired bepress. Privacy, Surveillance, and Information Security. (National) Education Politics.

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Edsurge runs with Trump’s promise to boost rural broadband like it’s a truth anyone can count on. Via Nature : “One of the world’s largest science publishers, Elsevier , won a default legal judgement on 21 June against websites that provide illicit access to tens of millions of research papers and books. ” “Why So Many Top Hackers Hail from Russia ,” according to information security journalist Brian Krebs.

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Via Motherboard : “The FCC ’s New Broadband Map Paints an Irresponsibly Inaccurate Picture of American Broadband.” ” Edsurge on Hypothes.is ’s partnership with Elsevier. ” Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. Alex Usher reviews Robot-Proof : Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence. Data, Surveillance, and Information Security.

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Via The New York Times : “ Broadband Law Could Force Rural Residents Off Information Superhighway.” Via the EFF : “Stupid Patent of the Month: Elsevier Patents Online Peer Review.” Shawn Graham responds to this patent on peer review by patenting Elsevier. ” “Students, Directory Information , and Social Media – Part 2” by Bill Fitzgerald. Via WaPo : “Study: Robot baby dolls don’t curb teen pregnancies.

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Via Wired : “ Ajit Pai ’s Plan Will Take Broadband Away From Poor People.” blog : “ Elsevier Collaborates with Hypothesis to Integrate Open Annotation.” I’ve got all the “learn-to-code” news in the job training section, because let’s be honest… Robots and Other Education Science Fiction. “Kidtech startup SuperAwesome is now valued at $100+ million and profitable,” Techcrunch informs us.