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News

MIDDLETOWN DOMINOS ASSISTANT SHIFT SUPERVISOR EXPLAINS NET NEUTRALITY AND OTHER THINGS TO CO-WORKERS LAST NIGHT

MIDDLETOWN - 37 year old Dominos assistant shift supervisor, Brent Garmin, had a lot on his mind while heading to work last night.  He had spent the early part of the day skimming articles on Buzzfeed about Net Neutrality.   262 more words

Louisville News

Proposed Legislation Would Slow Internet Speeds and Raise Prices

by Emily Engle

This past January, a major court decision removed the FCC’s (Federal Communications Commission) power to enforce the rules of “net neutrality,” the idea that the internet is open and equal for all users.  242 more words

Current Events

Millennials continue to fight for net neutrality

What does a five-page paper for your humanities class have in common with your morning ritual of checking Facebook notifications or responding to e-mails?

Easy — to tackle any of these tasks, you are exercising your right to open Internet access. 940 more words

Tech

FCC Chairman Wheeler: Title II Is On The Table

In the final moments of the FCC’s public comment period on its notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) concerning net neutrality, there was a spike in input regarding precisely how bad regulating ISPs under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934 would be. 370 more words

TC

Fight for the Future and Namecheap have parked a truck with a giant video billboard directly across the street from the FCC!

Have you seen this? Yesterday was the deadline for comments to the FCC on ‘net neutrality. -LW

This just in! We’ve teamed up with our friends at domain registrar Namecheap to bring the overwhelming public outcry for real net neutrality protections directly to the agency’s doorstep. 485 more words

What's Happening In Society

Fight for the Future and Namecheap have parked a truck with a giant video billboard directly across the street from the FCC!

Have you seen this? Yesterday was the deadline for comments to the FCC on ‘net neutrality. -LW

This just in! We’ve teamed up with our friends at domain registrar Namecheap to bring the overwhelming public outcry for real net neutrality protections directly to the agency’s doorstep. 485 more words

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