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Is the FCC neutering Net Neutrality?

Apr 24, 2014
The Federal Communication Commission is expected to introduce new rules today that will allow broadband providers to charge companies for faster internet service.
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Will Netflix customers pick up the tab?

Feb 24, 2014
Netflix breaks down and pays Comcast directly for faster access. Who’s next to collect -- Verizon, AT&T? More to the point, who picks up the check? Us?
Posted In: netflix, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, net neutrality

Verizon says net neutrality ruling won't change anything

Jan 14, 2014
A federal court said today the FCC can't force broadband companies to treat all content equally.
Posted In: fcc, Verizon, net neutrality

Federal court rules against FCC net neutrality rules

Jan 14, 2014
The ruling could have big implications for the way internet service providers grant access to content online.
Posted In: net neutrality, open internet, fcc

Could AT&T’s 'sponsored data' plans kill public radio?

Jan 7, 2014
Or will it just drive consumers nuts with invasive ads?
Posted In: AT&T, data, net neutrality

Tom Wheeler, the FCC's new boss, on consumer rights and net neutrality

Nov 18, 2013
Tom Wheeler was a powerful lobbyist for the telecom industry. Now he's running the organization that regulates it.
Posted In: fcc, net neutrality

New mockumentary addresses net neutrality

Sep 10, 2013
The video produced by net neutrality proponents comes while the FCC and Verizon duke it out in court over the same issue this week.
Posted In: net neutrality, Susan Crawford

Verizon and FCC set to battle over net neutrality

Sep 9, 2013
The case could impact our broadband Internet access.
Posted In: net neutrality, fcc, Verizon, Internet

Is Verizon to blame for slow Netflix service?

Jun 20, 2013
People who get their Internet from Verizon have reported having trouble with Netflix. It has to do with something called 'peering' -- and it seems Verizon hasn't been to friendly to its peers of late.
Posted In: netflix, Verizon, net neutrality

How Comcast is taking advantage of the Schminternet

Mar 29, 2012
Comcast is now available for users of Xbox Live, the online service for Xbox users. Plus, is Twitter’s random unfollow feature a bug or a feature?
Posted In: Comcast, xbox, net neutrality, Schminternet, Twitter

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