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We need to protect net neutrality now!

If you are not a technologist please just hang on a second because this is important for you too. So what is net neutrality in a nut shell? 401 more words

Net Neutrality

Why ‘Net Neutrality’ Drives the Left Crazy

The FCC’s new chairman on his plan to reopen the internet to competition—and the agitators picketing his family home.

Protesters from the far-left group Popular Resistance have swarmed the Arlington, Va., street where Ajit Pai lives, placing pamphlets with his face on his neighbors’ front doors. 191 more words

Net Neutrality Nixed: Why John Oliver Is Wrong

The internet did just fine before bureaucrats started micromanaging it.

Democrats and progressives are concerned that the internet is about to descend into a corporate hellscape since the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is moving to repeal Net Neutrality regulations, which prohibit internet service providers (ISPs) from blocking particular sites or throttling traffic from specific services. 80 more words

Outnumbered Democrats Say They'll Still Fight For Net Neutrality

Democrats are outnumbered in Washington, and that may leave them little leverage to stop Republicans intent on dismantling net neutrality rules that were a signature Obama-era regulation. 100 more words

FCC Kicks Off Effort To Roll Back Net Neutrality Rules

It’s game on in the fight over net neutrality.

In a 2-to-1 vote along party lines today, the FCC authorized a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to undo the 2015 decision to enforce open internet rules under Title II of the Communications Act. 159 more words

Dear FCC

Dear Ms. Clyburn, Mr. O’Rielly, and Mr. Pai,

I am an internet user just like you. I check email, send a few tweets, shop on Amazon, watch enjoyable but stupid Youtube videos, and look up symptoms on WebMD when I get sick. 337 more words


California’s 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to rehear AT&T’s data throttling speed lawsuit

If the FTC were to win this lawsuit, it would have wide-ranging implications for internet service providers.

In an interesting turn of events, a U.S. court appeals in California has ruled that it will re-hear U.S. 195 more words