net neutrality


FCC sued over net neutrality

Sep 29, 2011
I know, I know, dog bites man, right? These things happen all the time. But it's a little noteworthy here because the FCC is being sued from the...
Posted In: net neutrality, Tech Report, Verizon

Net neut rules hit the books today

Sep 23, 2011
The Federal Communications Commission's rules on net neutrality are finally official. The rules state that Internet Service Providers can't prefer...
Posted In: broadband, fcc, Internet, net neutrality, wireless

We'll all be talking about net neutrality again soon

Sep 13, 2011
The Office of Management and Budget has approved the FCC's rules on net neutrality. That means in the next one to three weeks, the Federal Register...
Posted In: fcc, lawsuits, net neutrality

Netherlands goes net neutral, Holland soon follows suit, as do the Dutch

Jun 23, 2011
It seemed to find its way into law by way of Skype, specifically people not wanting to be charged extra by their ISP for using big bandwidth things...
Posted In: EU, Europe, Law, net neutrality, skype

Net neut back at the House

May 5, 2011
The House Judiciary Competition subcommittee meets today to weigh the FCC's net neutrality rules passed last December and antitrust issues....
Posted In: fcc, mmm that's a good latte, net neutrality

Appeals court rejects net neutrality challenge

Apr 5, 2011
Yep, we are in the litigation phase of the net neutrality debate. It's a phase that is expected to last through human history, past the extinction,...
Posted In: giant bees, government, Law, net neutrality, Verizon

Federal appeals court throws out net neutrality lawsuits

Apr 4, 2011
This final note. We all know everything happens at lightning speed in the online world. Too fast, apparently, for a federal appeals court in...
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Netflix cuts video quality in Canada

Mar 30, 2011
Netflix is making moves to shrink the amount of data going across a network when it streams movies and TV to Canadian customers. The company says...
Posted In: business, Canada, Entertainment, ISPs, net neutrality, netflix, social media, spectrum

Two net neutrality hearings this week

Feb 14, 2011
The House Judiciary Intellectual Property subcommittee will hold a hearing on Tuesday with witnesses Gigi Sohn of Public Knowledge (pro net...
Posted In: government, Law, net neutrality

Republican congresswoman going after net neutrality hard

Jan 19, 2011
Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) is no fan of the recent FCC action to address concerns about net neutrality. She thinks it went way too far in...
Posted In: Congress, government, Law, net neutrality