James Losey

James Losey is a policy analyst with the New America Foundation's Open Technology Initiative. He writes about user freedoms and the digital divide have been published in Advances in Computing, Ars Technica, CommLaw Conspectus, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Spectrum, and Slate.

Future Tense
June 8 2012 5:45 PMWhy Do So Many Bloggers Get Arrested After Internet Freedom Conferences?
Technocracy
Dec. 8 2011 7:19 AMThe Internet’s Intolerable ActsYou should be very afraid of a pair of bills that threaten Internet freedom.
Technocracy
April 28 2010 7:03 AMDenial of ServiceDon't believe the telecoms. Broadband access in the United States is even worse than you think.
Future Tense
Feb. 10 2012 10:55 AMThe Real Problem With Google’s New Privacy PolicyThe tech giant owes users better tools to manage their information.
Future Tense
Aug. 15 2011 2:42 PMIn Defense of the Internet CraftsmanUniversal broadband should be about control, not just access.
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