Forbes  Jun 16  Comment 
Like other tech giants behind the Battle for the Net, the streaming service has been of the open internet's biggest success stories.
TechCrunch  Jun 7  Comment 
 A day of protest over the FCC’s controversial proposal to eliminate net neutrality rules has been planned for July 12, with supporters of the online action including the likes of Amazon, Etsy, Github, Kickstarter, Reddit and Y Combinator. Read...
TechCrunch  May 31  Comment 
 The FCC claimed earlier this month that the comment system by which people can weigh in on the proposal to kill net neutrality had been on the receiving end of a distributed denial-of-service attack. Today, a group of Senators asked that the FBI...
NPR  May 31  Comment 
The head of the Federal Communications Commission plans to change the rules on Net Neutrality. But consumer advocates say the move would largely leave the industry to police itself. How do we keep the internet open, free AND competitive?
Forbes  May 31  Comment 
Efforts to regulate the internet to keep it fair and neutral is full of trade-offs, so there is no simple solution. But there is one.
TechCrunch  May 30  Comment 
 The conflict over net neutrality we see playing out today is just the latest part of a complex dance of dispute that has been going on for quite a long time — longer than you might think. In order to understand what’s happening to the...
Forbes  May 26  Comment 
Although the BROWSER Act is a well-intentioned attempt to clean up the privacy mess left by Net Neutrality, rather than resurrecting a seriously flawed FCC rule, unleashing the FTC is a far better—and easier—way to accomplish the same goal.  May 26  Comment 
Letter says 450,000 comments may have been spam from net neutrality enemies New FCC head wants to roll back Obama-era rules that govern open internet Last Tuesday, Joel Mullaney, a software engineer from Watertown, Massachusetts, was browsing...
TechCrunch  May 23  Comment 
 The FCC has just published the notice of proposed rulemaking that would roll back the 2015 Open Internet Order establishing net neutrality. Their first and primary justification for doing this is a way of defining broadband access that’s so...

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