Tracks what is developing about net neutrality, the right to access the internet and information, and other multi-media news, mail, print, technological, radio, wifi, trends and any communication system.A watchful eye on communication policy is kept to report new developments and organized citizen efforts to push back and protect citizens' communication systems from government and corporate over reaching.
Now to the next battle I guess...Try not to get tired of fighting for the open net.....if it wasn't a big deal our ISPs wouldn't be putting so much time and money into forcing us out of their way and under their heal. Stand tall and if you haven't joined in on this effort...please consider doing so...You are needed...
Advocates for pay-TV providers are saying the FCC should use Section 706 to act more aggressively against the companies that produce TV content.
Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
This is worth reading... not sure why this would be bad.... sounds like the middle men selling video content might not get to be so rich but it sounds like the rest of us would have better options including independent film makers that will continue to be able to compete with net neutrality still in place. As far as I can tell the last minute amendment was not attached though as I read over what was passed.... but it is still good to think about this idea
The least settled issue in the government’s new net neutrality rules is the one that put the debate back on the front burner in the first place—how much carriers like Verizon Communications can charge companies like Netflix to connect with their...
BARCELONA/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - New rules that aim to protect the openness of the Internet will allow telecom and cable groups to prioritize and earn potentially vast income from some types of data, setting...
BEIJING (Reuters) - Some of China's largest Internet companies deleted more than 60,000 online accounts because their names did not conform to regulations due to take effect on Sunday, the top Internet
Pardon me while I catch my breath after all the celebratory dancing I’ve been doing in the wake of the FCC’s historic vote to reclassify broadband under Title II of the Communications Act in order to preserve true network neutrality.
The FCC is likely to pass net neutrality rules Thursday, but Republicans and telecoms will fight on.
Monica S Mcfeeters's insight:
The war is still on.... stay alert..... the ISPs and the money party see dollar signs and power... so what is the best way to get our selves free of snapping hungry turtles? Call your ISP and tell them what you think for one and representatives too.... Learn the issue fully from both sides before you do that and plan on reoccurring battles because power and wealth are a thing ISPs and these officials will never stop seeking full control
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