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The best argument yet for net neutrality comes from Major League Baseball

Among the more than one million comments about net neutrality received by the US government this year was a submission by… Major League Baseball (MLB). 445 more words

We thought we understood the net neutrality argument: the need to ensure that ISPs like the big cable companies don’t extort cash from services like… 281 more words

Google Corporate

The Broken Cable Industry

Last week Mediacom filed a petition asking the FCC asking to open a rulemaking about regulating programmers. The FCC is under no obligation to act on this request, but I hope that they do. 739 more words

The Industry

States, stand down! Let community broadband innovate.

In 2010, Chattanooga, Tennesee public utility EPB sent ripples through the broadband world when it announced the first U.S. citywide network to deliver gigabit internet access speed. 972 more words


The Google Street View Project Saga: Another Episode of Privacy Controversy

The Google Street View project started as a promising platform.

An innovative technology for Google Maps and Google Earth, Google Street View offers close-to-reality views of streets of select countries around the world. 471 more words

Education And Technology

Hart & Usagi Podcast #50: Saito's My Dreamboat

On this edition of the Hart & Usagi Podcast we welcome back madtyger after more than a year to chat about Destiny, Assassin’s Creed III, and some hot Saito action of the Hakuoki series. 145 more words


Network Neutrality: A thing of the past?

After researching the topic of Internet Regulation more and more, one term kept popping up: network neutrality. As discussed in my previous post, network neutrality is a “network design paradigm that argues for broadband network providers to be completely detached from what information is sent over their networks,” according to… 371 more words