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Up to 9.5 million net neutrality comments were fake

New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood has subpoenaed 14 companies and organizations as part of the state’s investigation into the blizzard of fake public comments over net neutrality that inundated the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), according to… 709 more words

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Ars Technica: Entire broadband industry sues Vermont to stop state net neutrality law

Ars Technica: Entire broadband industry sues Vermont to stop state net neutrality law. “The nation’s largest broadband industry lobby groups have sued Vermont to stop a state law that requires ISPs to follow net neutrality principles in order to qualify for government contracts. 43 more words

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Early Thoughts on Federal Regulation of the Internet

Given that the debate on net neutrality only truly seemed to pick up three short years ago, one could be forgiven for thinking that the idea of the internet being regulated like a utility by the federal government is a new idea. 619 more words

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Ars Technica: Up to 9.5 million net neutrality comments were made with stolen identities

Ars Technica: Up to 9.5 million net neutrality comments were made with stolen identities. “The New York attorney general’s office is widening an investigation into fraudulent net neutrality comments, saying it estimates that up to 9.5 million comments were submitted using stolen identities.”

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“Netflix is now responsible for 15% of all internet traffic globally” 

From LinkedIn Daily Rundown (US) on October 16, 2018:

“Netflix is now responsible for 15% of all internet traffic globally, 

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Episode 72: I’ve just confused myself

https://recompiler.files.wordpress.com/2018/10/recompiler-ep-72.mp3

Download: Episode 72.

This episode we’re talking about Wickr’s use of domain-fronting and other anti-censorship techniques, HashWick vulnerability, Verizon throttling emergency responders data cellular connections, licensing shenanigans. 260 more words

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California Breaks the Internet

Sacramento wants to regulate the web nationwide.

By The Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

Oct. 8, 2018 7:01 p.m. ET

Supporters of Net Neutrality protest the FCC’s decision to repeal the program in Los Angeles, November 28, 2017.  634 more words