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Will Net Neutrality Deliver as it Promises?

Net Neutrality has been getting a lot of attention since the FCC approved FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposed Net Neutrality rules on February 26th.  If you’re watching the coverage of this issue as I am, you are seeing some pretty passionate arguments on both sides.  688 more words

Pen Pals - Episode 127


Dags and Jeff discuss sending your love through the mail. Was Pimp My Ride fake? Net Neutrality becomes reality. Jon Stewart battles with Fox News. 13 more words


Dial-Up Using Fox News Viewer Suddenly Has Strong Opinion About Net Neutrality

Sources in Xenia, Ohio report Mark Stanton, a 67 year-old, retired office manager and avid viewer of the cable television channel Fox News, suddenly developed a negative opinion about net neutrality last week despite never having heard of it before then and possessing an understanding of the internet his 35 year-old daughter describes as “beyond rudimentary.” 316 more words

FCC official says Google, Facebook had little say on net neutrality

The FCC’s landmark decision on net neutrality has produced all sorts of speculation about the degree to which well-known tech giants shaped the outcome.

Gawker, for instance, … 525 more words

Netflix takes its hypocrisy on net neutrality to the land down under

Netflix is once again playing both sides of the net neutrality debate.

Gigaom reports that the company has partnered with iiNet, an Internet service provider, to make sure its content doesn’t count against its customers’ broadband caps in Australia. 328 more words


$196 MILLION! Nazi George Soros, Ford Funding Obama's Fascist Take-Over of the Internet

By Gary P Jackson

Any time there is an assault on Liberty and Freedom, you can bet your ass that Nazi collaborator George Soros, the self-proclaimed “owner of the democrat party,” through one of his many front groups, is behind it. 491 more words

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FCC’s Wheeler makes net neutrality case before global carriers

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler said on Tuesday that he doesn’t put much credibility in claims that U.S. carriers would stop investing in their networks in his new era of network neutrality. 41 more words

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