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Apple reportedly delays original shows over mature content

dims?crop=5000%2C3235%2C0%2C0&quality=85Apple has skewed toward safer fare for its upcoming streaming video service (with occasional exceptions), and it now looks like that might be creating problems for a few shows. Wall Street Journal sources have claimed that Apple’s push for more famil…

NYT sues FCC, says it hid evidence of Russia meddling in net neutrality repeal

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai standing in front of the FCC seal and speaking to reporters.

Enlarge / FCC Chairman Ajit Pai speaks to the media after the vote to repeal net neutrality rules on December 14, 2017. (credit: Getty Images | Alex Wong )

The New York Times has sued the Federal Communications Commission over the agency’s refusal to release records that the Times believes might shed light on Russian interference in the net neutrality repeal proceeding.

The Times made a Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) request in June 2017 for FCC server logs related to the system for accepting public comments on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s repeal of net neutrality rules. The FCC refused to provide the records, telling the Times that doing so would jeopardize the privacy of commenters and the effectiveness of the agency’s IT security practices and that fulfilling the records request would be overly burdensome.

This led to a months-long process in which the Times repeatedly narrowed its public records request in order to overcome the FCC’s various objections. But the FCC still refuses to release any of the records requested by the Times, so the newspaper sued the commission yesterday in US District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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How to Fix the Taskbar Not Hiding Issue in Windows 10

Hide-Featured.jpgSome Windows users may prefer to have the taskbar always visible so they can have specific options instantly available, but most people will prefer it to be hidden when it is not in use. However, there are times when the taskbar has a mind of its own and doesn’t want to hide. You know you have the auto-hide feature enabled, but the setup doesn’t seem to be working. Sometimes the issue only needs a quick fix, while in other cases you’ll need to dig a little deeper. Hopefully, the fix is as simple as enabling the feature or restarting the Express Process. Here are some… Read more

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