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What it would take to change my mind on net neutrality

Keep in mind, I’ve favored net neutrality for most of my history as a blogger.  You really could change my mind back to that stance.  Here is what you should do: 1. Cite event study analysis showing changes in net neutrality will have significant and possibly significantly negative effects. Show More Summary

Net neutrality and exclusivity of ISPs

People are getting more vocal about net neutrality because there's a PR campaign to get people to rally behind the cause of the tech companies, which is ridiculous. People would never fall for it if it were Exxon or the NFL intead of Google or Facebook. Show More Summary

Trudeau, Other World Leaders Praise Net Neutrality Ahead Of FCC’s Planned Repeal

8 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Scrapping current regulations “does not make sense," the Canadian prime minister said Wednesday.

FCC Unveils Plan to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

Brian Fung, reporting for The Washington Post: The Federal Communications Commission took aim at a signature Obama-era regulation Tuesday, unveiling a plan that would give Internet providers broad powers to determine what websites and...Show More Summary

Net Neutrality Divide: Canada and the U.S. Go Separate Ways on an Open Internet

12 hours agoIndustries / Law : Michael Geist

This week's announcement that the U.S. telecommunications regulator plans to roll back net-neutrality regulations sparked an immediate backlash from those who fear that the decision will turn the Internet into a cable-like service dominated...Show More Summary

Everything You Need To Know About Net Neutrality And Why It Must Be Preserved

13 hours agoHumor : eBaum's World

Equal access to online information is once again under serious threat and this old clip of John Oliver encourages us and our Internet family stand up against the FCC.

Cloudflare CEO ponders legal methods of slowing down Ajit Pai's internet connection

13 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

As Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai tries to kill Net Neutrality under cover of Thanksgiving, Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince has tweeted that he is looking into ways that he can legally take up Josh Constantine's challenge to give Pai "14.4k dial-up speeds for killing net neutrality." (Image: Evan-Amos, CC-BY-SA) (via /.)

FCC Commissioner Pleads: ‘Please Stop Us From Killing Net Neutrality

14 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The FCC plans to vote on a plan to eliminate net neutrality next month.

Looming Net Neutrality Repeal Sparks BitTorrent Throttling Fears

The FCC is determined to repeal US net neutrality rules. If this happens, Internet providers will have the freedom to restrict or charge for access to certain sites and services, if they please. It also means BitTorrent throttling and...Show More Summary

EFF provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby Congress to protect net neutrality

17 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it. The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative … more…

How Gutting Net Neutrality Poses a Direct Threat to Political Organizing

The FCC's Ajit Pai ignores public support and laws upholding equal internet access. Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai issued a major order Tuesday in which he outlined his plan to dismantle landmark regulations that ensure equal access to the internet. Show More Summary

What Is Net Neutrality Again?

The arcane subject is back in the headlines. Here’s what to know and what lifting it means for you.

Trump’s FCC Goes to War on Net Neutrality

Net neutrality has been under attack since 2002, and the Trump Administration is determined to do it in.

THU. BRIEF: Amazon Drops Ticketing Plans • ETQ Takes 40% Epidemic Sound Take • Net Neutrality • More

THURSDAY 11.23.17 Music Business News From Around The Web Even the mighty Amazon can't crack the ticketing kabal. Updated continuously under our More New

Small ISP disputes FCC claim that net neutrality hurts small ISPs

After 50 pages of legalese, the FCC’s new order on net neutrality makes its case for why regulations are bad for broadband companies and consumers. The biggest argument—pushed by major ISPs like Comcast—is that “Open Internet Order” regulations have made ISPs gun-shy about investing, depressing spending by billions per year. Show More Summary

Further thoughts on why the end of net neutrality will be fine

If a cable company really is a monopolist, still they (mostly) maximize profit by giving customers (cost-constrained) what they want.  When the de Beers cartel had a monopoly on diamonds, did they also make you buy their favorite soda brand?  No, that would lower the overall value of the package and thus lower profits. Show More Summary

The Morning After: Thursday, November 23rd 2017

Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. To go along with the Thanksgiving feast, we have the FCC's plan to kill net neutrality. It's not much of a treat but should provide some reading material if you have the day off. Otherwise, we have an alert about Intel CPUs, and a peek at Apple's work on self-driving cars.

2 of 5 FCC commissioners favor net neutrality. You have 3 weeks to convince the rest.

As December 14 – the day that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on repealing net neutrality guidelines – draws ever nearer, it’s worth noting that not all of the agency’s members are in favor of eroding the principles that keep the internet open in the US. Show More Summary

FCC Faces Scrutiny For Refusing To Turn Over Evidence On Net Neutrality Comments

18 hours agoNews : The Lookout

The Federal Communications Commission received millions of suspicious comments in support of its plan to repeal net neutrality, and it ignored multiple requests for evidence that would explain their origin.

The FCC’s net neutrality proposal is here, and it’s just what the critics feared

If you haven’t seen a meme over the last 24 hours relating to outrage over the scrapping of net neutrality rules, your cyberspace must be a very small world. In spite of the tide of the general public’s enmity towards the changes, it...Show More Summary

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