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5 reasons the FCC might be wrong about net neutrality

This week the FCC passed new rules on net neutrality, which were essentially designed to limit the ability of internet service providers (ISP) to either slow down or boost the speeds of websites. 699 more words

British Telecom and email.

The zoo knows people with British telecom broadband*, they popped in one day and told us that there email was not working and apparently had to change that once working isp email address to a new one.  161 more words

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FCC Broadband Debate: How We Got Here

President Obama and the FCC have weighed in on Net Neutrality, increased government regulation, and the debates over universal access, “fast lanes,” taxes and fees, and “general conduct rules” – including possible rules on content.  94 more words

'Star Trek' star Leonard Nimoy dies at 83, FCC's new Net Neutrality Rules

  • Leonard Nimoy who played Mr. Spock on ‘Star Trek’, died at his home in Bel-Air, California.
  • The FCC approved the net neutrality rules by a 3-2 vote with the FCC chairman stating that the new policy will ensure that no government or corporate interests will control free and open internet access…
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Read these 5 things to finally understand net neutrality

A wonky bit of tech policy called “net neutrality” has been making the headlines this week as government regulators voted to expand their authority over the Internet. 510 more words

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Obama's Takeover Of The Internet Was Spear-Headed By Self-Admitted Marxists

“Our job is to make media reform part of our broader struggle for democracy, social justice, and, dare we say it, socialism.”

There is NOTHING NEUTRAL about the Net Neutrality rules being imposed by the FCC vote and ruling yesterday.   1,341 more words

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