Paper Communications Bridge the Digital Divide. So Why Are Companies and Policymakers Removing Them?

By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted If we care about closing the digital divide, we should also be concerned about the assault on paper options that millions need to cross over it. Over 11 years ago, [...]

Federal Class Action Settlement is Groundbreaking Victory Against Paper Fees!

By Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted In what is being hailed as a first of its kind triumph for American consumers, a prominent service provider will refund millions of dollars and halt the practice of [...]

Ransomware Attacks Target Companies and Consumers Alike: Having Paper and Offline Backups Can Reduce Harms and Risks

by Jim Haigh, Keep Me Posted North America Ransomware attacks are making headlines with worrisome frequency. In May, 45% of the fuel supply for the east coast of the United States was disrupted [...]

New DOL Rule Disadvantages Many Americans by Making Electronic Delivery the Default for Retirement and Pension Plan Information

On July 27, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) put a new rule into effect that allows employee benefit plan administrators to use an electronic “notice-and-access” disclosure system as the [...]

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New Research Shows Differences in Rural and Urban Broadband Access

High-speed broadband may seem readily available in the United States, but new research has found discrepancies in access between rural and urban areas. Research from Purdue University, “An X-Ray [...]