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Open Internet: Protect Net Neutrality

         I decided to write this first post relating to Net Neutrality since this is part, and belongs to, the Internet.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Net Neutrality is essentially treating all data equally.  252 more words

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Net neutrality: Lessons from energy regulation

http://thehill.com/blogs/congress-blog/technology/220733-net-neutrality-lessons-from-energy-regulation

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Interesting comparison between Net Neutrality and the Electrical Grid of which the latter could be an example of how too much regulation kills innovation.  19 more words

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Top Senator Calls on Comcast to Extend Net Neutrality Pledge

Senator Patrick Leahy, [...] chairman of the Judiciary Committee, has called on Comcast to extend its commitment to net neutrality “well beyond” 2018, when the company’s current pledge expires. 145 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Senator Asks Comcast To Stick With Net Neutrality Beyond Its Legal Obligation

While its counterparts (we can’t call them competition, since that doesn’t exist) at other cable and Internet service providers have been drooling over proposed “net neutrality” rules that would allow ISPs to charge content companies for “fast lane” access to end-users, … 884 more words

Safe web surfing and preserving your right to do so

While doing a web walkabout through many bookmarked sites, I was reminded of the constant change the internet is experiencing and how important digital literacy has become while surfing the web. 432 more words

Digital Citizen

Is zero rating a net neutrality issue? Europe's outgoing digital chief doesn't think so

Last week Andrus Ansip, Europe’s incoming digital chief, used an “#AskAnsip” Twitter session to signal a commitment to net neutrality. However, he stayed quiet on the issue of so-called “zero rating,” a term that refers to the practice of carriers exempting certain services — like favored apps or certain music-streaming services — from counting towards their data caps. 1,140 more words

Net neutrality - finally the debate

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The discussion of net neutrality is an old one in the digital world, but I find always interesting to discuss it, whether because new events have happened or because you can discuss it with people that can give you different perspectives. 654 more words

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