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CNET News chief political correspondent Declan McCullagh joins Brian Tong to answer your questions and discuss political issues regarding technology, from the economy to President-elect Barack Obama's next tech-related steps.
As Election Day approaches, many voters across the country are still skeptical about the accuracy and efficiency of electronic voting. On this Daily Debrief, CNET chief political correspondent Declan McCullagh tells Kara Tsuboi why he prefers voting by paper and pencil, when e-voting technology will be up to snuff, and how Congress really messed this one up.
New Jersey passed a bill last week legalizing medicinal marijuana, so begin today's episode of The 404 Podcast with a quick discussion about the taxation, decriminalization, and dispersion of medicinal marijuana.
Silicon Valley likes to think it has political influence in Washington. But will the big tech issues du jour interest the general electorate during the run-up to the presidential election in November? CNET News' Declan McCullagh, who attended the Democratic and Republican national conventions, sits down with Charles Cooper on Monday's edition of the Daily Debrief to talk about how the tech policy debate is likely to play out over the next couple of months.
This is a good HP grayscale laser printer, but the expandable HP LaserJet 1320 is a better buy.
We cover Amazon's capitulation to another publisher, and Google's book deal comes under assault from the Department of Justice. Jeff Zucker appears to lie to Congress and Sling implies AT&T lied about their app. And the $9.99 eBook is declared dead by Gizmodo and Rafe declares eInk dead. Just another day on the Internet.
arrative digressions on sex, race, politics, and more from comedian Sarah Silverman. This clip contains adult language and situations.
Newt Gingrich stopped by CNET's offices in San Francisco to talk about technology, politics, and Silicon Valley. He's now head of American Solutions, a political advocacy group. In this video, CNET's Declan McCullagh asks the former speaker of the House of Representatives about the 2008 election and the recent economic downturn.
Who'd have thought that the littlest victims of the robot wars would be cars? Meanwhile, bloggers win elections and WWDC disappoints.
Katie Couric talks with Valerie Biden Owens, Steve Grove, director of news and politics for YouTube, Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent for CNET, UWire reporters, and others. Plus, a recap of the third day of the Democratic National Convention.