FCC Votes In Favor of Net Neutrality Proposal: What Happens Now?


Comments welcome. That is where we are at the moment in the debate over Net Neutrality and any future U.S. government regulation or rules that may govern how the Internet works. Today the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted 3-2 to put forward the new rules changes proposed by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. The vote does […]

Vi Hart Explains It All About the FCC Net Neutrality Debate

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, than what are pictures, and pictures of words compiled into a video worth? The value proposition astounds. And value is what we have in this short post that will point you to something worth your attention, and that of anyone else who should be concerned about the […]

FCC Chairman Answers Critics with Tough Talk About Net Neutrality


Last week the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set off a rather large firestorm on the Internet about the future of the Internet. When the Wall Street Journal reported that the FCC was going to submit new draft rules changes to the Open Internet Order, that report was interrupted by many to be the first step […]

Court Strikes Down FCC Net Neutrality Rules


Net Neutrality is a tricky issue. The fundamental principle behind the concept is that those who control the pipes the Internet flows through have to treat all legal content equally so that users have access to content from small players in the same way they do the big players. We’ve recently seen eyebrows raised about […]