The FCC prepares for its historic net neutrality vote

The inventor of the term "net neutrality" says government involvement is key to great Internet service, and the FCC looks set to agree. The regulatory agency will vote next on a plan to make the Internet a public utility, allowing the government to block service providers from creating "fast lanes" for content.


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Universal text language

Esperanto didn't really catch on as a global spoken language, but maybe Nol will; it's a new universal language designed for the text message generation, and The World's Gerry Hadden has the story.


Hoops Hype website

Many basketball fans hang on the words and wisdom of to find out what's really going on in their sport, but not many realize that the site is run by three Spanish guys in Madrid, as The World's Gerry Hadden has their story.


Saudi women challenge driving ban

Women in Saudi Arabia can't drive cars because the conservative kingdom forbids women to drive, but some Saudi women are challenging the law and they're using YouTube to get their message out, as The BBC's Crispin Thorold has the story.

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Geo Quiz and Answer

The Geo Quiz today takes us to the intersection of religion and technology. We're looking for the city of the patron saint of computer users and the Internet. Anchor Lisa Mullins brings us the answer -- it's Seville in Spain.


British hacker facing extradition

Briton Gary McKinnon is accused by the US government of committing "the biggest military computer hack of all time,� and now McKinnon's lost his fight in Britain to avoid extradition to the United States to stand trial,.