Tag Archives: cell phones

Unlocking cell phones: the root of the problem is copyright

This post originally appeared in Public Knowledge. By Sherwin Siy Yesterday, the White House responded to a We the People petition on phone unlocking, stating… more

CA official policing mobile privacy

California Attorney General Kamala Harris sent out notices to 100 mobile apps without a conspicuous privacy policy on their websites to do so or face… more

‘Ponte SMART,’ how Latinos use their mobile phones

If you haven’t heard of Los Master Plus, you’ve been missing out. If you have heard of them, you are going to love their latest… more

FCC to measure wireless broadband services

By Amalia Deloney, The Center for Media Justice If you’re like most people, you probably have no idea how fast the data access is on… more

Cell data caps may negatively impact Latinos

By Clarissa Ramon, Public Knowledge A recent  survey of adults who use their cell phones to access the Internet found that two in five Latinos… more

Latinos adopt smartphones at higher rates

A report from comScore found that Latinos continue to overindex in smartphone adoption compared to other groups. The study also found that Latinos are more… more

Half of U.S. adults use mobile to go online

A study from the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project, “Cell Internet Use 2012,” found that 55% of U.S. adults use their cell… more

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