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Go for a Reliable Internet Service Provider for Smooth Internet Service

Internet is soul and bread of every human being these days. From accessing some information to ordering food, internet is widely required. No one wants a throttled speed. 420 more words

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Charter Union Worker Arrested for Sabotaging Company Network -

A Long Island resident and unionized Charter Communications employee has been arrested for sabotaging the company’s network last month in Queens. […] the damage resulted in 60,000 Charter customers losing service in Queens for the better part of a day. 27 more words

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Denver has the fastest WiFi of any airport in North America

The folks at Speedtest have done us all a favor and surveyed the offerings at North American airports to suss out the worst to the… surprisingly not-worst. 67 more words

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7 Reasons Net Neutrality Is Idiotic

The government should keep its grubby hands off the Internet.

Wednesday was a “Day of Action” in support of net neutrality regulations; large tech companies like Facebook, Google and Amazon all showcased their support for the regulations. 100 more words

Net neutrality supporters sent over 5 million emails to the FCC

Internet advocacy nonprofit Fight For The Future tallied the participation numbers, which are still climbing: Five million emails and 124,000 calls to Congress, while protestors actually visited twenty Congressional offices. 30 more words

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Net Neutrality: The Latest Weapon In The Left's Misguided Crusade For Forced Equality

Net neutrality is one of those rare topics where it seems like everyone agrees.  From major online businesses to liberal late-night comedians, people across the ideological spectrum view the Federal Communications Commissions internet regulations as a positive and necessary protection of “internet freedom.” But in reality, net neutrality is a policy that holds back technological innovation, restricts consumer choice, and makes companies a prisoner of mediocrity. 86 more words

Today Is The Day of Action to Help Save Net Neutrality

Today is the day MANY websites across the internet including Geek Alabama will participate in the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.  Yes, there have been protests before, but this one is the most serious protest yet as the FCC will vote on removing Net Neutrality rules in only a few days! 1,309 more words

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