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Net Neutrality May Be Dead Before It Starts

The Federal Communications Commission has a long and storied history dating back to 1934. Congress established it during the “Communications Act of 1934″, which, as every broadcasting student and employee in the country knows, was the beginning of regulation in the radio and then television industry. 481 more words

Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality in the Courtroom

Barely two week after the release of the FCC’s new net neutrality rules there have been two lawsuits filed asking the courts to set aside the new rules. 712 more words

Regulation - What Is It Good For?

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FCC Rules On Net Neutrality

by Rebecca R. Ruiz and Steve Lohr – Feb 26, 2015 nytimes.com
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In recent years, there has been a battle over internet freedom, more specifically, guaranteeing net neutrality. 565 more words

Internet Freedom

CFP IJOC Section on Net Neutrality

International Journal of Communication Call for Papers: Special Section on Net Neutrality
The Work of Internet Freedoms: Network Neutrality and the Labors of Policy Advocacy in the U.S. 521 more words

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An Open Internet [Queries]

How do we maintain an open Internet? Is this possible? Moreover, are we doomed to the corporate monopolization of the Internet? What will a truly open Internet cost? 96 more words

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Hillary Clinton's People Are Quiet, But Hope For Renewal Remains

This past week, fanfare for Ted Cruz was in the beginning stages of full swing for the 2016 US Presidential Election.

Cruz, the anti net neutrality Canadian Cuban immigrant, and Junior Senator, has been featured in numerous articles across the web. 47 more words

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