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So, The FCC Repealed Net Neutrality. What Does That Mean For You?

If you woke up with a chill in your bones and a faint sense of dread, it could be this: On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission decided to give internet service providers, like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon, the power to meddle with your internet traffic.

Everyone's missing the other part of the net neutrality debate — Big Tech is poised to become even more powerful

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to repeal its net neutrality rules. The repeal is good news for Facebook, Google, Amazon, and the other big internet companies that have deep pockets and can afford to pay any tolls...Show More Summary

How the end of net neutrality could change the internet

The Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal the Net Neutrality protections it adopted in 2015. Here’s what that means for the future of the internet. [Vox] The post How the end of net neutrality could change the internet appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

How the FCC's repeal of net neutrality could affect Apple

This week, the Federal Communications Commission rolled back net neutrality rules, sparking a firestorm of debate and speculation over the future of the internet in the U.S. But Apple, who supports net neutrality, finds itself in a unique...Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert has the only net neutrality explainer you need to watch

Unless you were living under a rock yesterday, you probably heard that the Federal Communications Commission voted to overturn the net neutrality rules put in place by the Obama-era administration, giving internet service providers much...Show More Summary

What’s next for net neutrality, and how you can help

Defying the facts, the law, and the will of millions of Americans, the Federal Communications Commission has voted to repeal net neutrality protections. It’s difficult to understate how radical the FCC’s decision was. The Internet has operated under formal and informal net neutrality principles for years. For the first time, the FCC has not only […]

The FCC Just Voted to End the Internet as We Know It—Now What?

The pathways net neutrality activists see to keep equal access to the internet, and how feasible they are. While hundreds of activists rallied outside the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and millions more held their breath, FCC commissioners voted 3-2 to give the keys of the internet to the Telecoms without charging them a single dime. Show More Summary

Corporate Media Allowed Net Neutrality to Die in Silence

The flagship morning news shows on broadcast and cable news covered net neutrality for less than four minutes combined. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today voted to repeal net neutrality rules, which will allow internet service providers to block or slow down service and access to websites, or charge fees for faster service. Show More Summary

FCC Has Reportedly Been Using Dead People’s Social Media Accounts To Spread Propaganda

The Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality on December 14. Dismantling the so-called net neutrality regulations will grant broadband providers more power than ever. Companies like AT&T, Verizon, and Comcast will now be able to charge more, block certain websites, and censor content. Show More Summary

Over 100,000 people sign petition calling on FCC chairman Ajit Pai to resign

We knew it was likely, but that hasn't made it any more popular. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to kill net neutrality Thursday, ushering in an era of new power for internet providers. Now people are calling for the...Show More Summary

News Orgs Panic After Repeal of Net Neutrality

The Internet existed without net neutrality until 2015. Now, based on the reaction to Thursday’s decision by the Federal Communications Commission to strike the regulation, we can’t live without it. “Killing #NetNeutrality would kill...Show More Summary

New Hampshire delegation urges lawsuit on net neutrality

New Hampshire's all-Democratic Congressional delegation is urging the state attorney general to join other states suing the Federal Communications Commission for repealing "net neutrality" rules. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie … Click to Continue »

What were some of those regulations President Donald Trump stacked up

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The same day the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal Obama-era net neutrality legislation, President Donald Trump stood in the Roosevelt Room of the White House next to a large pile of papers....

Here Are the States That Are Planning to Sue to Protect Net Neutrality

Net neutrality is suffered a critical blow on Thursday after the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 to repeal the network neutrality rules that prevented internet providers from blocking or throttling access to websites or charging websites to access users at faster speeds. But the battle is far from over. Show More Summary

The FCC’s Open Internet Order – Which Freedom?  

The fight over the Open Internet (better known as net neutrality) continued Thursday with the Federal Communications Commission voting to reverse the 2015 Title II Order, which reclassified broadband Internet access as a “telecommunications...Show More Summary

Sinclair Faces $13.3 Million Fine

The Federal Communications Commission is planning to fine Sinclair Broadcasting Corp. $13.3 million after the company failed to properly disclose that paid programming running on local TV stations was sponsored by a cancer institute, Reuters reports, citing three sources who...

Right and Left React to the F.C.C.’s Vote on Net Neutrality Rules

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Writers from across the political spectrum on the vote Thursday by the Federal Communications Commission to dismantle Obama-era rules on net neutrality.

FCC repeals Net Neutrality—is the internet doomed?

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission gathered for their December Open Commissions Meeting, and, much to the chagrin of internet users the world over, elected to overturn the Obama-era net neutrality laws established in 2015. Show More Summary

FCC sacrifices free and open Internet on the altar of deregulation | Guest editorial

In defending his proposed rollback of federal net neutrality rules, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has repeatedly said that he’s merely trying to return to the “light touch” regulation that helped make the internet what it is today. That’s transparently false, and Pai knows...

ProBeat: Net neutrality is not dead

OPINION: The U.S. Federal Communications Commission screwed up royally yesterday by repealing net neutrality in the U.S.. Those rules, which aimed to ensure a free and open internet, went into effect in June 2015, but the repeal goes back even further. I won’t go into the details of why this is not just bad but completely […]

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