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13 ways to screw over your internet provider

13 ways to screw over your internet provider Internet providers are real bastards: they have captive audiences whom they squeeze for every last penny while they fight against regulation like net neutrality and donate immense amounts of money to keep on lawmakers’ good sides. So why not turn the tables? Here are […]

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Warren makes $85B federally funded broadband promise

Warren makes B federally funded broadband promise As part of her bid for the presidency, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has made some bold proposals to improve access to broadband in underserved areas, and has made it clear that restoring net neutrality is also among her priorities. She proposes $85 billion to cover […]

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The “splinternet” is already here

The “splinternet” is already here Keith Wright Contributor Share on Twitter Keith Wright is a Villanova School of Business instructor of Accounting and Information Systems, founder of Simplicity On-Demand LLC and former Senior Vice President for Global Sales Operations for SAP. There is no question that the arrival of a fragmented and […]

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‘Save the Internet Act’ would bring back net neutrality, plain and simple

‘Save the Internet Act’ would bring back net neutrality, plain and simple The net neutrality rules established in 2015 were a triumph decades in the making, but their undoing was rather a quick bit of work. So it is hoped, by Democratic leadership in the House and Senate, that it will be […]

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Net neutrality battle gets a new day in court tomorrow

Net neutrality battle gets a new day in court tomorrow More than a year after net neutrality was essentially abolished by a divided Federal Communications Commission, a major legal challenge supported by dozens of companies and advocates has its day in court tomorrow. Mozilla v. FCC argues that the agency’s decision was […]

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Shutdown could delay challenge of FCC’s net neutrality rollback

Shutdown could delay challenge of FCC’s net neutrality rollback The ongoing shutdown of the federal government has already had adverse effects on millions nationwide, and now could even delay a major legal challenge to the FCC’s infamous net neutrality repeal. The agency moved yesterday to delay oral arguments scheduled for just two […]

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FCC Chairman Pai celebrates Congress failing to bring back net neutrality

FCC Chairman Pai celebrates Congress failing to bring back net neutrality As one Congress ends and another begins, many are looking forward to a rebalancing of power — especially in the House of Representatives, which Democrats handily retook in November. But FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is more pleased with what the House […]

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Supreme Court denies broadband industry petition to scrub favorable net neutrality court decision from history

Supreme Court denies broadband industry petition to scrub favorable net neutrality court decision from history The Supreme Court today offered moral support for net neutrality activists and a soft setback for the current FCC’s agenda by declining to revisit a major case supportive of the 2015 rules. It essentially sets in stone […]

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California delays its net neutrality law while FCC’s new rules are challenged

California delays its net neutrality law while FCC’s new rules are challenged California’s much-anticipated net neutrality rules, which were signed into law last month, are being put on ice until a challenge to the FCC’s own rules at the federal level is resolved. It’s unfortunate, but logical — if the FCC rules […]

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Trump administration sues California over its brand-new net neutrality law

Trump administration sues California over its brand-new net neutrality law The Department of Justice announced on Sunday that it has filed a lawsuit against California to block its new net neutrality law, just hours after it was signed by governor Jerry Brown. The lawsuit was first reported by the Washington Post. Senior […]

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