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The Consequences of the Net-Neutrality Debate on Journalism

Since the conception of the Internet, the concept of Net Neutrality has been thoroughly ingrained as a natural feature of the system. However in recent years, this idea that the Internet ought to be operated like a public road where any traveler can move freely without discrimination on the basis of size, shape, or type, as been under serious fire. 1,100 more words


EBU backing for net neutrality rules

In a declaration issued by the European Broadcasting Union, members said net neutrality rules are necessary to strengthen freedom of expression in the digital age, to foster knowledge for citizens, to leverage incentives for Europe’s creative industries and to boost innovation. 11 more words

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Charter & Time Warner continue promising the world if merger is allowed

Charter wants everyone in Louisville to know that if you are a Time Warner Cable customer in that area, you could see your speeds quadrupled for free… 344 more words

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WTF of the Week: FCC Commissioner Says People Don't Need the Internet

It is important to note that Internet access is not a necessity in the day-to-day lives of Americans and doesn’t even come close to the threshold to be considered a basic human right. 98 more words

Policy & Ethics

Still fighting the battle for net neutrality

The ink is barely dry on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) net neutrality rules, and already we have our first violators.

Commercial Network Services (CNS) has filed a formal complaint to the FCC that Time Warner Cable (TWC) is violating the “no paid prioritization” and “no throttling” aspects of the net neutrality rules by charging the streaming-video company unjust rates to deliver content to its customers. 235 more words



One of the main reason Net Neutrality is not a popular issue discuss because its rarely on main stream media news, and when they discuss Net Neutrality it is purposely done in a very boring manner. 46 more words

Free And Open

The hopeful demise of roaming charges

In 2011, the FCC adopted new data roaming rules that were supposed to help consumers save money and give smaller wireless carriers more freedom to expand their roaming capabilities from the major carriers. 261 more words

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