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Just Because The Internet Didn't Implode Immediately, Doesn't Mean Killing Net Neutrality Was A Good Idea
Many may recall when the FCC ignored the pleas of just about everyone besides the telecom giants and opted to axe net neutrality, a decision which only went into effect as recently as June 11, and whi... read more
What you need to know about the court decision that just struck down net neutrality
We won’t know what innovation doesn’t happen, because ... net neutrality, the court found, the agency was imposing rules that didn’t apply to carriers.” Techdirt founder Mike Masnick, who writes often ... read more
The War Over Neutrality
For years, Internet search giant Google has been pushing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to step up net neutrality regulations ... regulations that may or may not bolster the public good b... read more
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Death to the Internet!
bison skulls stacked; they didn’t keep the passenger pigeon ... for expensive corporate servers. Internet service providers and hosting companies already institute an informal disregard for net neutra... read more
But Doesn't Provide Tools to Track Consumption
Yes, users can use their own measurement tools and/or router firmware to track usage, but this very frequently doesn't match up with ... data they're using is a good idea. No surprise here, users want ... read more
The New York Times as Judge and Jury
Because the Times tells us that the “earliest promoters” of images of the banners were from social media accounts linked to a St. Petersburg-based click-bait farm, a company called the Internet Resear... read more
Net Neutrality Is Officially Dead. That's a Victory for Free Speech.
Supporters of net neutrality, including companies such as Netflix, Google, Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon, argue that ISPs have too much control over the "pipes" of the Internet and would engage in all ... read more
It’s no love match, but divorce is not an option for U.S. and Turkey
One irreverent theory that was applied to the roller coaster days of the 1990s is that Turkey enjoyed leverage among its Western allies not just because ... the rescue because it did not want a countr... read more
Taking A Stand: Tiffany Dehen’s $100 Million Lawsuit Against Twitter And Her Law School
Here is Twitter’s policy per the First Amended Complaint: Twitter, which was the only party in a position to take the account down, responded by saying that the fake account was okay because it was ju... read more
Groupon is not a tech company. Why was it valued like one?
That didn’t stop the company from ... it as a technology company. Just because a company uses the web and uses social networks (instead of real estate and old media) to sell things and find new audien... read more
The Case Against Net Neutrality
From the article: 'If the government regulates net neutrality, policies for internet access are set by one entity: the FCC. However, if the government stays out, each company will set its own policies ... read more
Bill O’Reilly’s Outdated ‘Killing Kennedy’
For instance, just a few months ago it was learned that the ... And they have him running. Killing Kennedy depicts Jack Ruby killing Oswald because of his outrage at what the alleged killer of Kennedy ... read more