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While this letter is meant to make you understand of certain things, I believe that it may not do so. While I type this, there are much larger forces playing in this field. 976 more words


Net neutrality: RCom bats for Internet.org

Times of India — MUMBAI: As a debate rages on about the net neutrality and the role of Facebook’s Internet.org platform, the social networking giant’s Indian partner for this programme Reliance Communications (RCom) said it has brought on board one million Indians to experience internet.  56 more words


AT&T finishes #1 on investment spending, forgets their net neutrality claims on investments

Recently, AT&T issued countless press releases that let everyone know how much they have been and currently are investing in their business.

For the fourth year in a row AT&T finished atop the Progressive Policy Institute’s (PPI) list of U.S.

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Zero-rating practices to become norm in Europe, according to (quasi-final) net neutrality regulation

Today the Council formally approved the Roaming and Net Neutrality provisions of the TSM (Telecom Single Market) Regulation under the new name “Regulation laying down measures concerning open internet access and amending Directive 2002/22/EC on universal service and users’ rights relating to electronic communications networks and services and Regulation (EU) No 531/2012 on roaming on public mobile communications networks within the Union… 473 more words

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality: Why Are We Back Here? – Part 2

Today’s post is the second in a three-part series on net neutrality, with the first part yesterday discussing the basics of internet routing, ISPs, and content distribution… 1,783 more words


Net Neutrality: Why Are We Back Here? – Part 1

Since I’m a software engineer and technologist, most people aren’t surprised that I’m strongly in favor of net neutrality. In the past few years, it’s attracted increasing media attention, and recently net neutrality has been addressed by various presidential candidates. 1,339 more words