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FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Warns GOP on Potential Rollback of Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, delivering his final speech on Friday, warned that potential efforts by the incoming Republican majority to rollback the agency’s net neutrality would pose a threat to the openness of the internet. 841 more words

News

FCC Chairman Calls Open Internet Rules "Pro Competition, Not Pro-Incumbent"

In a farewell speech as FCC Chairman, Tom Wheeler offered a full throated defense of his net neutrality initiative calling it “rooted in reality, not ideology” adding that “it is time to keep moving forward. 538 more words

Breaking News

Net Neutrality: What it is, and how it may change

If you are one of many people in the US who use the internet (and if you’re reading this right now, that’s you!), you probably need to understand what net neutrality means. 349 more words

What Librarians Think About

FCC voices 'serious concerns' over AT&T's zero-rating scheme

The FCC may be on the verge of being rebuilt under a very different administration, but reports put together under the current one are still being issued — and just such a one released today offers a critical view of some current “zero-rating” plans from AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon. 503 more words

TC

This Is Why The Internet Is Broken: A Technical Perspective on Net-Neutrality

By Gur Shatz, Cato Networks

Anyone with hands-on experience setting up long-haul VPNs over the Internet knows it’s not a pleasant exercise. Even factoring out the complexity of appliances and the need to work with old relics like IPSEC, managing latency, packet loss and high availability remain huge problems. 1,359 more words

Blog

Watch_Dogs 2's Commentary on Data Privacy

Written by Stephen Patterson

Aftertouch is a series designed to look more deeply into games – and the concepts therein – which have been overlooked or misconstrued. 981 more words

Aftertouch

Net Neutrality Friday

As we enter 2017, there is a big change coming. We have a new FCC coming with the new Administration. There will probably be some changes coming with that new FCC. 533 more words