When NAMIC kicks off its 27th annual conference next month, it won’t be bringing back its Diversity Career Fair. The job expo, which is open to the general public, has attracted approx 1K attendees in the past. Instead, NAMIC is offering launching “Career Corners,” an hour and 15 minutes of concurrent career-focused sessions for members only (several half-hour sessions will be held concurrently during the block). Here’s the motivation for the decision.

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The FCC’s tentative agenda for its Sept 26 meeting includes an order to resolve Bloomberg’s complaint against Comcast regarding news neighborhooding.
Mediacom began migrating its residential Internet subs to usage-based broadband on Sat (9/7).
Cable nets are doing their part to ensure the tragic events of 9/11 will never be forgotten. Here are a few programs this week.

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DOJ Makes Suggestions on Section 230

The Department of Justice sent a legislative package to Congress with recommendations on how to amend Section 230 of the Communications Act. DOJ said the proposal addresses unclear and inconsistent moderation

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