Indianapolis Power and Light Company wants customers to pay 44 cents a month more as part of the city’s new car sharing program. The decision ultimately is up to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. The increase has drawn the ire of some and Friday one consumer interest group is delivering its recommendation based on public input it received over the past few weeks.
A year ago this week, the Washington Post published documents leaked from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that showed the American government had been spying on citizens on a global scale. That leak set off a national discussion about an American’s right to privacy – in their homes, on their cell phones, on the Internet, and now, by air.