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Category / Net Neutrality

Here’s why the Senate’s vote for net neutrality is a really big deal

There’s a glimmer of hope for net neutrality yet. That’s the takeaway from today’s victory in the Senate, where 52 Senators, including three Republicans, voted in support of a resolution that would reverse last year’s FCC ruling to end net neutrality. Though only one step toward bringing back President Obama’s 2015 net neutrality regulations, the...CONTINUE READING
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FCC’s net neutrality ruling gets pushback from big tech’s lobbying group

The net neutrality fight rages on, and now tech’s big lobbying group is signing on.  The Internet Association — a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying group that represents Google, Facebook, Netflix, Uber, and dozens of other tech companies on public policy issues — filed a motion to intervene against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) ruling on net...CONTINUE READING
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More tech companies sue FCC over net neutrality

The internet isn’t letting net neutrality disappear without a fight.  Several big tech companies, including Etsy, Expa, Kickstarter, Automattic, Foursquare, and Shutterstock, filed a petition on Monday with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit against the Federal Communication Commission’s decision to end net neutrality.  SEE ALSO: FCC chairman who killed net neutrality given...CONTINUE READING
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Democrats introduce legislation to stop net neutrality repeal

Democrats finally introduced a resolution on Tuesday that would reverse the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality repeal.  Although it’s been long-promised, lawmakers couldn’t take action until the Federal Communications Commission officially released legislation last week that overturns net neutrality, The Hill reports. Now that it’s in the Federal Register, it opens a 60 legislative day...CONTINUE READING
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A net neutrality activist trolled the FCC with a paid ‘fast lane’ outside their office

Rob Bliss wants you to pay $5 to use his priority access lane.  If you drive past the FCC’s office building on 12th Street in Washington, D.C., you’ll either have to pay Bliss to use the “fast lane” or get behind his very slow bike.  Bliss created the fast lane to protest the FCC’s recent...CONTINUE READING
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This Burger King video is the net neutrality explainer you never knew you needed

Burger King might seem like an unlikely source for a pretty darn good net neutrality explainer, but their new video is just that.  In “Whopper Neutrality,” a Burger King rolls out a change in Whopper prices that gets customers pretty pissed. If they want their burgers immediately, they’ll have to pay more money; if they...CONTINUE READING
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Montana adds its own net neutrality rules in defiance of FCC

The net neutrality backlash just stepped up a notch. Just weeks after the Federal Communications Commission controversially peeled back open internet rules, amid widespread protests and condemnation, Montana has taken the first steps in enforcing its own regulations. SEE ALSO: Net neutrality’s latest hope: 22 state attorneys general file lawsuit against FCC The state’s governor,...CONTINUE READING
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Trump struck net neutrality down — and kickstarted the movement that will save it

It’s just over a month since the GOP-controlled Federal Communications Commission voted to gut its net neutrality rules. But if Donald Trump and his hand-picked FCC Chief Ajit Pai thought they’d settled the matter, it’s now becoming clear that what they’ve actually done is the exact opposite. As Obi-Wan Kenobi might have told them: strike...CONTINUE READING
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