Caroline Craig

East Coast Site Editor

Caroline Craig is East Coast site editor for InfoWorld.

Congress joins the FCC to kill net neutrality

FCC chief guts net neutrality under the banner of 'freedom'

FCC chief guts net neutrality under the banner of 'freedom'

FCC head Ajit Pai spins a tale where net neutrality rules ruined the internet, and he's the savior who will set it free

Trump's H-1B executive order is PR, not policy

Trump's H-1B executive order is PR, not policy

President Trump scores a photo op, but the real fight over H-1B visas has yet to begin

Only in the USA: ISPs get tax dollars to build weak broadband

Only in the USA: ISPs get tax dollars to build weak broadband

Tennessee votes to give millions of taxpayer dollars to AT&T and Comcast rather than let municipal broadband expand at no taxpayer expense

FCC vs. the people: The big ISPs are back in charge

FCC vs. the people: The big ISPs are back in charge

Fresh off selling out consumer privacy, the FCC will next set out to repeal net neutrality

Want privacy? Congress says you'll have to pay for it

Want privacy? Congress says you'll have to pay for it

What to expect after the repeal of FCC broadband privacy rules: Hackers, VPNs, and a privacy tax, for starters

H-1B reform promises hang by a thread

H-1B reform promises hang by a thread

The deadline for visa applications looms, but the Trump Administration has done nothing to fulfill campaign promises to end the ‘cheap labor program’

How to survive the robot-fueled jobs apocalypse

How to survive the robot-fueled jobs apocalypse

When automation makes money instead of you, economists look to redistribution schemes so you don't starve

All hope of broadband privacy bites the dust

All hope of broadband privacy bites the dust

The FCC and Congress are working hard to ensure nothing stands in the way of ISPs profiting off your personal data

Uber ugliness unmasks Silicon Valley's bro culture

Uber ugliness unmasks Silicon Valley's bro culture

Recent revelations about sexual harassment and gender discrimination at Uber are the tip of the iceberg for a ‘bro culture’ run amok

Surprise! There’s hope for meaningful H-1B reform

Surprise! There’s hope for meaningful H-1B reform

U.S. companies favor issuing more visas to foreign workers, but President Trump has vowed to put American workers first. Can a compromise be found in Congress?

Silicon Valley execs grow a backbone

Silicon Valley execs grow a backbone

After a period of uneasy silence, tech leaders are moved to rally in opposition to the Muslim ban

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