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Leticia Miranda

Author Bios

Leticia Miranda

Leticia Miranda is a journalist based in New York City. She writes about race, technology and gender. Her work has appeared in a number of publications, including The Nation and Colorlines.com. Previously, Leticia has worked at the Open Technology Institute at the New America Foundation and Media Literacy Project in Albuquerque, New Mexico.


News and Features

What the proposal means and how you can make your opinion heard.

County jails charge excessive rates for phone usage—a huge barrier for immigrant detainees fighting deportation.

The US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit ruled that the Federal Communications Commission lacks the authority to enforce net neutrality rules.

The Federal Communications Commission’s new chairman Tom Wheeler announces efforts to “do things differently.”

Why is Verizon suing the FCC over net neutrality regulations?

How programmers, journalists and immigrant rights advocates are redefining hacking—for immigrant justice.

Public interest organizations say deregulating phone service providers will hurt communities of color, but major civil rights groups are still in favor.

As the company moves to Internet-based telephone service, it’s looking to shed regulatory obligations that benefit low-income Americans.