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Nick Gillespie on Net Neutrality as 'A Solution That Won't Work to a Problem That Simply Doesn't Exist'

yesterdayNews : Reason

Things were tense at the end of February, as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) prepared to vote on a proposal that would revamp the way Washington regulates the Internet. The 332-page document put forth by Chairman Tom Wheeler...Show More Summary

COAI Officially Launches SabKaInternet Platform To Legally Kill Net Neutrality

A famous management quote from Harry Truman says, “If you can’t convince them, confuse them” It seems COAI has adopted this new mantra when it comes to Freedom of Internet in India. Unable to convince Indian citizens regarding the discriminatory plans and anti-net neutrality stand, they have officially launched SabKaInternet campaign yesterday. Show More Summary

Net neutrality and Netflix quash Comcast merger

Net neutrality and Netflix help quash Comcast bid for Time Warner Cable        

Go on, celebrate: the Comcast + Time Warner Cable merger is officially dead

Concerns about monopolies, net neutrality and competition be damned: Time Warner and Comcast will no longer attempt to close a deal that would merge the two cable giants under Comcast's banner.

Comcast learns you can’t make deals with Extremists

After spending many months and many dollars campaigning for support for the deal, Comcast has given up on acquiring Time Warner Cable under pressure from the extreme left. Comcast just spent the whole Net Neutrality fight appeasing the left by supporting their plans, and now they get no loyalty in return. Show More Summary

Cable’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Year

At this time last year, the powerful cable industry seemed to be at the top of its game. An appeals court, in January 2014, had chucked out the Federal Communications Commission’s latest attempt to establish net neutrality rules, and a month later, in February, the two biggest cable companies in the country, Comcast and Time…

Forget Net Neutrality -- What About Net Vitality?

It’s been a pretty robust one-two punch for advocates of net neutrality lately. First they won a resounding victory at the Federal Communications Commission, and now a TKO of the Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger (I’ll have more to say on that later). But if you’re an Internet consumer rather than [...]

Net Neutrality Violation Against Freedom of Speech Says Nasscom

The debate on net neutrality has caught the eye of the public in a big way. Videos are being made, petitions are

News Analysis: Once Comcast’s Deal Shifted to a Focus on Broadband, Its Ambitions Were Sunk

The air of inevitability that once hung over the deal dissipated for months as the debate over net neutrality played out in Washington.

FCC lawsuit season is here: Will net neutrality be altered after all?

The Open Internet Rule is finally entering the Federal Register and this means lawsuit season is officially upon us. Beware of the ISPs. Follow The American Genius on Facebook for exclusive & breaking business stories Get more Business News at AGBeat

Cable's Top Lobbyist Just Can't Understand Why People Like Google Better

3 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Trying to justify the cable industry's latest lawsuit over net neutrality, former FCC boss turned top cable lobbyist Michael Powell has offered up an incredibly entertaining interview in which he struggles to understand why Google tends...Show More Summary

Ron Wyden on Trans-Pacific Partnership, Intellectual Property Law, & Net Neutrality

3 days agoNews : Reason

Yesterday, Brian Doherty covered many of the issues related to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), a sweeping trade deal currently coursing its way through Congress. Generally speaking, free trade—or even just freer trade—is a moral and an economic good. Show More Summary

Top Cable Lobbyist Just Doesn’t See Why You Hate Your Cable Company When Google, Facebook Are Big Too

The NCTA is big cable’s big lobbying group. Right now, they’re trying their hardest to make sure the FCC can’t protect consumers and businesses from the largest ISPs with a lawsuit trying to block the FCC’s net neutrality rule. At the organization’s head head is former FCC chairman Michael Powell, who loves terrible internet speeds and data caps for all… [More]

Republican Representatives Issue New Challenges to Net Neutrality

It seems that the debate over net neutrality is never ending. Earlier this month we saw the first legal challenges to the proposed new regulations to treat ISPs as common carriers, and now that the regulations have been added to the federal register there are fresh challenges. Show More Summary

Compelling Reasons to Allow Net Neutrality to Continue Uninhibited

Net neutrality is synonymous with open internet wherein no restriction is imposed on the content or communication mode viewed or used by individuals. In the technical jargon, it implies that the Internet Service Provider cannot block or discriminate against any internet application over its network. Show More Summary

Consolidation, net neutrality, special access and rights-of-way dominated the headlines at Comptel Spring 2015

This year's spring Comptel trade show in Orlando, Fla., once again reflected a competitive industry that's in transition. The show featured three keynote speeches from members of the service-provider industry and even a lawmaker: Representatives from Google Fiber and Sprint were keynote speakers, as was Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla).

Is Facebook's Against Net Neutrality?

Summary: Recently, has come under fire from India. The project, which is headed by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has been accused of being against net neutrality. is "a Facebook-led initiative bringing together...Show More Summary

NCTA's Powell sounds off on Title II and the rebranded INTX trade show

Whether it's his organization's move to file a lawsuit against the FCC to repeal the regulator's net neutrality rules or the possibility that the multi-billion dollar Comcast/Time Warner Cable merger will be nixed, Michael Powell, president and CEO of the National Cable & Telecommunications Association (NCTA), has a lot on his plate these days.

Smart Cities: It's More Than Broadband

Last week, at the annual Broadband Communities Summit held in Austin, Texas, there was some, albeit guarded, celebration of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision regarding Net Neutrality, and their vote to pre-empt state...Show More Summary

Smart Cities: It's More Than Broadband

Last week, at the annual Broadband Communities Summit held in Austin Texas, there was some, albeit guarded, celebration of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decision regarding Net Neutrality, and their vote to pre-empt state...Show More Summary

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