Danielle Kehl

Danielle Kehl is a policy researcher focusing on broadband policy, Internet governance, spectrum allocation, and ICT4D at the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute.

Future Tense
July 31 2014 11:00 AMHow the NSA Hurts Our Economy, Cybersecurity, and Foreign Policy
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Jan. 30 2014 10:25 AMTime to Rethink Tech Sanctions Against SudanThey are making it difficult for activists to use secure communication tools and putting them at risk.
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Oct. 11 2013 10:13 AMSacre Bleu! Americans Pay Six Times More for Mobile Internet Data Than the French.
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June 18 2013 8:43 AMBad ConnectionObama wants to bring better broadband to schools. But how will he pay for it?
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April 17 2013 7:15 AMA Failing Grade for BroadbandEducation technology can’t fulfill its promise if students can’t get online.
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Dec. 14 2012 4:43 PMDid the U.N. Internet Governance Summit Actually Accomplish Anything?
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March 31 2014 4:37 PMThe Dictator’s Little HelperHow to stop Western companies from exporting surveillance technologies to authoritarian governments.
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Jan. 10 2014 9:03 AMThe Comcast-Khan Academy Partnership Could Be Trouble
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Sept. 26 2013 1:45 PMHigh Cost and Lack of Access Keep Millions of Americans Offline. That's Insane.
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May 30 2013 11:22 AMConfusing Sanctions Are Aiding Government RepressionBy keeping important technologies out of the hands of Iranian and Syrian activists.
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Jan. 18 2013 4:09 PMCelebrate Internet Freedom Day by Acknowledging How Far We Still Have To Go
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Dec. 11 2012 3:58 PMA Half-Time Analysis of the Summit That Could Shape the Future of the Internet



Blacks Don’t Have a Corporal Punishment Problem

Americans do. But when blacks exhibit the same behaviors as others, it becomes part of a greater black pathology. 

I Bought the Huge iPhone. I’m Already Thinking of Returning It.

Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.

Lifetime Didn’t Think the Steubenville Rape Case Was Dramatic Enough

So they added a little self-immolation.

Two Damn Good, Very Different Movies About Soldiers Returning From War

Medical Examiner

The Most Terrifying Thing About Ebola 

The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.

Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore, and Schools Are Getting Worried

The Good Wife Is Cynical, Thrilling, and Grown-Up. It’s Also TV’s Best Drama.

  News & Politics
Sept. 19 2014 9:15 PM Chris Christie, Better Than Ever
Sept. 19 2014 6:35 PM Pabst Blue Ribbon is Being Sold to the Russians, Was So Over Anyway
Inside Higher Ed
Sept. 19 2014 1:34 PM Empty Seats, Fewer Donors? College football isn’t attracting the audience it used to.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 19 2014 4:58 PM Steubenville Gets the Lifetime Treatment (And a Cheerleader Erupts Into Flames)
  Slate Plus
Slate Picks
Sept. 19 2014 12:00 PM What Happened at Slate This Week? The Slatest editor tells us to read well-informed skepticism, media criticism, and more.
Brow Beat
Sept. 19 2014 4:48 PM You Should Be Listening to Sbtrkt
Future Tense
Sept. 19 2014 6:31 PM The One Big Problem With the Enormous New iPhone
  Health & Science
Medical Examiner
Sept. 19 2014 5:09 PM Did America Get Fat by Drinking Diet Soda?   A high-profile study points the finger at artificial sweeteners.
Sports Nut
Sept. 18 2014 11:42 AM Grandmaster Clash One of the most amazing feats in chess history just happened, and no one noticed.