Timothy Lee

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Timothy Lee is a senior correspondent for Vox, covering technology and economics. He formerly covered technology for the Washington Post.

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The so-called “ransomware outbreak” continues.

The ransomware outbreak continues

The so-called “ransomware outbreak” continues.

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After massive lobbying, and four million public comments, the Federal Communications Commission has endorsed "net neutrality."

Round One Goes to Net Neutrality

After massive lobbying, and four million public comments, the Federal Communications Commission has endorsed "net neutrality."

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New apps pop up nearly every day that aim to make our lives easier. Uber, AirBnB and now an app that shows you open parking spots in San Francisco... for a price.

Silicon Valley and Regulation

New apps pop up nearly every day that aim to make our lives easier. Uber, AirBnB and now an app that shows you open parking spots in San Francisco... for a price.

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