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BREAKING: FCC Passes Net Neutrality Rules; Internet is Reclassified as a Utility

Thursday, February 26th, 2015

Today, the US Federal Communications Commission voted on a 300+ page document called, “Net Neutrality.” Let’s take a look at what we think we know about it… 463 more words

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Patching things up: Feuding Gov. Dayton and DFL leader set for joint conference

It’s been a rollercoaster month for Governor Mark Dayton and House Majority Leader Tom Bakk.

Within the space of a few weeks, the two Democrats have gone from throwing jabs like “backstabber” to scheduling a joint news conference, which is set for next week, the… 200 more words


FCC Chair Refuses to Testify before Congress ahead of Net Neutrality Vote

This should be a red flag to everyone who has been following the FCC’s pending vote on Net Neutrality. -LW

Two prominent House committee chairs are “deeply disappointed” in Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler for refusing to testify before Congress as “the future of the Internet is at stake.” 156 more words

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Rush Limbaugh: Obama Exploits the Ignorance of Young People to Seize Control of the Internet

With the FCC’s vote on Net Neutrality looming on the horizon,it seems fairly obvious that the Republicans and Democrats are doing their best to turn this into a partisan issue. 5,073 more words

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#NetNeutrality JUMBOTRON live now outside the @FCC!

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BREAKING: #NetNeutrality JUMBOTRON live now outside the @FCC! Tweet your comments, videos, pics to #InternetCountdown pic.twitter.com/QZ8pU7kQgq

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Mashable Explains the Internet and Net Neutrality

The information in this video is pretty accurate. It explains the existing problems with the Internet. What they’re not telling you is that HTTP 2.0 has been finalized, and is ready to be implemented. 123 more words

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