My daily readings 10/16/2011

  • tags: government

    • The emails note that Espinel did make sure to “involve” two groups who represent consumer interests — CDT and Public Knowledge — but it’s quite clear from the nature of the interactions that those organizations were not really involved in the negotiations, but were shown the details towards the end, to avoid them feeling “taken by surprise” when the deal was announced. None of this is particularly surprising, but it’s pretty silly for everyone to pretend that this was a

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