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FCC’s Pai on Agency’s Net Neutrality Warnings: ‘None of It Is True’

Inside Sources

A Federal Communications commissioner is doubling down on arguments against the agency’s recent Open Internet Order, saying the agency failed to “identify a single” net neutrality abuse before adopting new regulations over broadband providers earlier this year. 83 more words


"Net neutrality" - every blogger have to know about.

How does net neutrality work in all countries. What are the rules to be followed?
Is this compulsory to be followed in the networking world? 448 more words


The Lanes of the Internet

Net neutrality is a big deal. Net neutrality has the biggest impact on what information goes through on the internet. Without net neutrality, internet service providers would be able to determine how much internet can be used, and how quick the information could go through. 257 more words


What Is Net Neutrality?

A net neutrality proposal in 2014 caused public outrage but, what exactly is net neutrality?

“Net neutrality is the principle that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the Internet the same, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, or mode of communication.

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Independent Media Blogs

Net Neutrality: Saving the Internet

by Sam Wilkinson

The first video ever uploaded to YouTube didn’t offer much of a hint as to the future  popularity of the platform, although it did predict the style of its many successors. 767 more words


.@TMobile's zero rating plan shows how oppressive #netneutrality is

T-Mobile has announced a plan called “Binge On” that allows its subscribers to stream for free videos from certain content providers. According to the company’s website: 503 more words

Federal Communications Commission

T-Mobile is fixing the wireless industry by hurting the open Internet

As a diehard Batman fan, T-Mobile CEO John Legere will appreciate this simile: Right now T-Mobile reminds me a little bit of the Joker in the first Tim Burton  638 more words