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This Is the Year Donald Trump Kills Net Neutrality

2015 was its first year the Federal Communications Commission ripened a sticker. And 2017 “couldve been” the year that spine get ripped out.

Over the past two years, the FCC has passed following regulation to protect net neutrality by banning so-called ” slow trails” on the internet, caused new principles to protect internet customer privacy, and imposed evidence penalties against fellowships like… 1,227 more words

Lawmakers Seek Investigation Into Alleged Attack On FCC Commenting System

When the FCC’s new leadership officially began the process of dismantling net neutrality rules, it didn’t come as much of a surprise when an overwhelming amount of traffic crashed the Commission’s public commenting system. 897 more words

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Defend Net Neutrality and Keep the Internet a Level Playing Field for All

Call your members of Congress and tell them to fight any Republican and Trumpian efforts to dismantle net neutrality, which ensures that the Internet remains freely open to all, regardless of how much money you have or the type of content you produce. 561 more words


Net neutrality

Rep. Capuano (D-MA) writes:

Net Neutrality

Under current rules, internet service providers (e.g. AT&T, Comcast, Verizon FIOS, etc.) must treat all internet content the same. All content must be delivered at the same speed. 393 more words


FCC Extends Net Neutrality Comment Period Until End Of August

While Ajit Pai, the new pro-industry chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, has pledged to “take a weed-whacker” to the FCC’s net neutrality rules that restrict internet service providers’ ability to interfere with your web use, he’ll have to wait a bit longer to do that regulatory gardening. 484 more words

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The FCC is actively working against consumers

The Federal Communications Commission is arguably the federal government’s least-loved and geekiest body. 30 seconds of talk about rural broadband deployments and spectrum allocation is enough to send most people running from the room. 530 more words