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.

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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.

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

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