Benzinga  Mar 27  Comment 
The US isn't the only place grappling with how to regulate the internet in a way that protects consumers while still allowing service providers to innovate and grow; Europe is fighting a similar battle except with far more moving pieces. While...
Benzinga  Mar 25  Comment 
Although the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has passed a set of regulations that protects net neutrality by classifying the internet as a public utility, the rules are far from being set in stone and broadband providers are already...
Forbes  Mar 24  Comment 
Now that the FCC pulled the trigger on Net Neutrality the ISPs are lining up to respond with lawsuits challenging the authority of the FCC. Again. It was inevitable, but that doesn?t make it any less sad and unfortunate. What the ISPs and the...
Telecom Ramblings  Mar 24  Comment 
As expected, emerged challenges to the FCC's implementation of Net Neutrality regulations via Title II have emerged. Yesterday two petitions were filed in two different federal courts.  The trade group US Telecom, which appears to be the...
New York Times  Mar 24  Comment 
The first lawsuits over the agency’s new rules for Internet regulation were filed on Monday, sooner than expected and months before the rules are expected to take effect.
The Hindu Business Line  Mar 23  Comment 
The Cellular Operators’ Association of India has said it should be included in the Department of Telecommunications’ committee formulated for net neutrality. “Since the c...  Mar 23  Comment 
Telecom trade group and Tex. net provider sues FCC over net rules
Wall Street Journal  Mar 20  Comment 
HBO, Sony and Showtime are asking broadband providers for a separate lane for their online-TV services, hoping to steer clear of growing congestion on the Internet, opening up a new question on net neutrality.
Yahoo  Mar 19  Comment 
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Trade associations representing large U.S. Internet service providers are expected to take the lead in suing the Federal Communications Commission over its new web traffic regulations, according to several people...

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