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Rosetta Stone thinks Google should be liable for putting ads on sites with counterfeit content.

NAB President Gordon Smith says Time Warner and DISH Network are hoarding spectrum.

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House Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerAre maskless House members scofflaws? Israel, Democrats and the problem of the Middle East Joe Crowley to register as lobbyist for recording artists MORE (R-Ohio) said the FCC has BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerAre maskless House members scofflaws? Israel, Democrats and the problem of the Middle East Joe Crowley to register as lobbyist for recording artists MORE-slams-fcc-for-possibly-running-roughshod-over-local-broadcasters" href="http://thehill.com/blogs/hillicon-valley/technology/146385-boehner-slams-fcc-for-possibly-running-roughshod-over-local-broadcasters">overstepped its bounds.

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Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) has apparently taken to blocking some reporters, such as the Dallas Morning News' Tom Benning, from following him on Twitter. Reports of Perry blocking reporters first surfaced in October; the Governor reportedly controls his own account. His office did not respond to Benning's requests for comment.