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These Public Figures Have No Clue How Net Neutrality Works

For the majority of people, net neutrality is a no-brainer: ISPs should treat all traffic equally. There’s no good reason to allow Comcast or Verizon, for example, to intentionally make Netflix faster than, say, YouTube just because money changed hands. Show More Summary

THE NET NEUTRALITY REPORT: Where we are now, what happens next, and why mobile is central to the debate

Americans are increasingly ditching their desktops and reaching for their mobile devices to access the internet instead. For this reason, mobile broadband – or internet access from any mobile device – was included in the FCC's recently...Show More Summary

IAMAI Condemns Zero Rating Plans, Supports Net Neutrality In India; A Set Back For Airtel, Google & Facebook?

  The fight for Net Neutrality in India has taken a positive turn as India’s biggest association of Internet and Mobile companies, IAMAI, has declared that Zero Rating plans are against the free nature of the Web. In their report submitted...Show More Summary

Google Lobbied Against Real Net Neutrality In India, Just Like It Did In The States

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

While Google is still seen as (and proclaims to be) a net neutrality advocate, evidence continues to mount that this is simply no longer the case. Back in 2010 you might recall that Google helped co-write the FCC's original, flimsy net...Show More Summary

THE NET NEUTRALITY REPORT: Where we are now, what happens next, and why mobile is central to the debate

Americans are increasingly ditching their desktops and reaching for their mobile devices to access the internet instead. For this reason, mobile broadband – or internet access from any mobile device – was included in the FCC's recently...Show More Summary

Is Google Against Net-Neutrality? Emails Show That Google Has Joined Facebook For Lobbying Zero-Rating Plans

Net neutrality movement in India has received one of the biggest shocks ever: Google is turning evil as they seem to have teamed up with Facebook to lobby Zero Rating plans in India. Zero Rating is a telecom jargon which means that customers...Show More Summary

The messy battle to protect your data from your own Internet provider

The Federal Communications Commission is planning to develop new privacy rules for Internet providers this fall, an outgrowth of its net neutrality decision earlier this year that could have big implications for companies like AT&T, Verizon and Comcast. The long-awaited effort began quietly with an FCC workshop a few months ago, but as it gains steam, it's raising concerns […]

Google covertly lobbied against net neutrality in India

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

The company emailed members of the Government Relations committee of the Indian ISP association, asking them to support Facebook's Internet.org program, which delivers "a poor Internet for poor people." Read the rest

What net neutrality means for mobile's biggest stakeholders

Americans are increasingly ditching their desktops and reaching for their mobile devices to access the internet instead. This shift has ushered in the widespread growth and transition of online activities like video watching, banking, and online purchasing from desktop to mobile environments. Show More Summary

REMEMBER WHEN DEMOCRATS WERE THE PARTY OF CIVIL LIBERTIES? Dianne Feinstein Worries That Net Neutra…

REMEMBER WHEN DEMOCRATS WERE THE PARTY OF CIVIL LIBERTIES? Dianne Feinstein Worries That Net Neutrality Will Block ISPs From Censoring ‘Terrorist’ Content She Doesn’t Like.

Dianne Feinstein Worries That Net Neutrality Will Block ISPs From Censoring 'Terrorist' Content She Doesn't Like

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Dianne Feinstein has this weird obsession with book burning and violating the First Amendment. Just a few months ago, we wrote about her ridiculous rant about how the First Amendment doesn't cover The Anarchist Cookbook and that it should...Show More Summary

Net Neutrality Helps Terrorists, Siri Saves Lives… [Tech News Digest]

Net neutrality is still causing confusion, Siri saves lives, Amazon is soulless, Microsoft works on news-reading app, Darth Vader is a PS4 fan, and a father makes the best baby rocker of all time. Senator Confuses Net Neutrality There...Show More Summary

Indians have one last chance to save net neutrality

Indian netizens have been fighting hard to preserve net neutrality this year, as mobile carriers and Facebook have been pushing zero-rating services in the country. The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) released a report on theShow More Summary

Canada Is Still Doing A Half-Assed Job Enforcing Its Net Neutrality Rules, Highlighting Importance of Competition

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Back in 2009 when it looked like real net neutrality in the U.S. was all but dead, Canada implemented the country's first net neutrality rules. The rules were particularly necessary thanks to a laundry list of particularly ham-fisted...Show More Summary

Why Canada’s Net Neutrality Enforcement is Going at Half-Throttle

Canada's net neutrality rules, which require Internet providers to disclose how they manage their networks and to treat content in an equal manner, were established in 2009. The policy is administered by the Canadian Radio-television...Show More Summary

When It Comes to Net Neutrality, Canada’s Going at Half-Throttle

Appeared in the Toronto Star on August 8, 2015 as When It Comes to Net Neutrality, Canada’s Going at Half-Throttle Canada’s net neutrality rules, which require Internet providers to disclose how they manage their networks and to treat content in an equal manner, were established in 2009. Show More Summary

The next round in the net neutrality wars heats up

Keep those signs handy. We're gonna need them. Net neutrality is now in the courts. USTelecom, a trade group for broadband providers, and others opposed to an open internet filed suit and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit will hear the case in December. Show More Summary

MobTel: Some of America's Most Hated ISPs, Cable TV & Wireless Companies have their Associations Suing the FCC over Net Neutrality.

#MobTel is "The Gang of Five+" -- AT&T, Verizon, Centurylink, Comcast & Time Warner Cable -- plus friends, and they control most of America's communications. First, as a group, MobTel is currently the most despised industry in the U.S.A. Show More Summary

Not So Fast: Some Businesses Sue Over Net Neutrality

An appeal of the FCC's decision earlier this year will be heard in a federal courtroom in the nation's capital at the end of the year. Opponents of net neutrality believe regulators have over-stepped their bounds by ruling that all data must be treated equally by ISPs.

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