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Tennessee sues the FCC to stop city-run internet

[O]n the same day that the broadband industry sued the FCC to stop net neutrality rules, the state of Tennessee also sued the wireless regulator to overturn its city-friendly decision. 41 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Google Fiber is launching in Salt Lake City

Google Fiber has revealed that it’s bringing its gigabit internet access to the state’s capital, Salt Lake City. The company is short on details, but it won’t have a ready-made fiber network to use this time around. 44 more words

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What do you do when your service provider goes down in the wee hours of the morning?

I play a game or two on the computer where… 439 more words

Essays

Why Internet Slowdown Day Is Important For The Future Of The Internet

Today is Internet Slowdown Day, and since Geek Alabama focuses on more techy and geeky things, we are participating in this special day along with many other websites! 32 more words

FCC received a total of 3.7 million comments on net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission finished accepting comments on its controversial net neutrality proposal last night, and it closed out as by far the most-commented issue in agency history with a total of approximately 3.7 million replies. 24 more words

ISP

Internet Service Provider. An ISP is a business or organisation that offers users access to the Internet. Many, but not all ISPs, are telecommunication providers. These may include Telstra, Optus, iiNet, Comcast, or AT&T, depending on where you are in the world.

https://advertisingacronymdictionary.wordpress.com/2014/12/02/isp/

The Price of Bytes. Or, How Many “One”s Can I Listen to Per Month?

Slapping a price on data may even move an informed public to force politicians to say: “I vow keep the price of data under 1 dollar a gigabyte.”

http://roderickgraham.com/2015/01/11/the-price-of-bytes-or-how-many-ones-can-i-listen-to-per-month/