Maggie Reardon

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Maggie Reardon is a senior reporter for CNET News. She covers telecommunications.

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The Federal Communications Commission calls it " restoring Internet freedom ," but whose "freedom" is the FCC talking about?

Is net neutrality about to come to an end?

The Federal Communications Commission calls it " restoring Internet freedom ," but whose "freedom" is the FCC talking about?

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Brandon Jernigan talks on a cell phone while riding his bike through flood waters.

Stormy connections

Brandon Jernigan talks on a cell phone while riding his bike through flood waters.

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Recent studies have shown that the biggest danger from cell phones is more automobile accidents.

WHO Says Cell Phones May Cause Cancer

Recent studies have shown that the biggest danger from cell phones is more automobile accidents.

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