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T-Mobile/Sprint Merger Fight is Alive and Ongoing

This week, once again, John Legere found himself in front of lawmakers in Washington, D.C. On Wednesday, (02/13) the House Judiciary Committee wanted more answers from Legere, regarding the proposed merger between the 3rd and 4th largest major carriers in the U.S. 530 more words


Evershifting Net Neutrality

Taking a quick look at net neutrality, it seems like something that we absolutely need. But, there is more than one way to look at it, and that could be a good thing. 475 more words

ISPs Are Violating the Old Net Neutrality Rules

It’s been just over a year since the FCC repealed net neutrality. The FCC’s case is being appealed and oral arguments are underway in the appeal as I write this blog. 903 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?

Apple's cracking down on (some) privacy-busting apps

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Why the Current Legal Challenge is Vital for the Future of Net Neutrality

(Note: This is part 2 of an ongoing 3 part series. Part 1 will explain what Net Neutrality is and why it is important. Part 2 will explain the current legal challenge. 849 more words


WTF is Spotify Playing At?

Spotify Will Suspend or Terminate Your Account for Blocking Ads

“Are you blocking adverts on a free Spotify account? Expect a warning email, then a suspension, then an account termination if you don’t change your ways.”

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Could Congress Settle the Net Neutrality Debate, Once and for All?

WASHINGTON — As net neutrality goes through its fourth go-around in the courts, what are the chances that Congress will find a fix?

The new Democratic House majority held its first hearing on the issue on Thursday, and Republicans came to the session with a series of legislative proposals. 700 more words