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The debate on net neutrality, the extent to which the Internet should be regulated to ensure that all traffic is treated equally by ISPs, continues robustly even as the period in which the public can give their opinion to the FCC comes to an end.
WASHINGTON, July 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, 14 groups representing free-market advocates opposed to Internet regulation, filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),
Analyst firm Disruptive Analysis has looked beyond Net Neutrality to new mobile data concepts such as sponsored data, paid-priority “fast lanes”, zero-rated apps and per-app pricing.
The Federal Communications Commission this week voted 3-2 to establish new net neutrality rules that would prevent broadband networks from selectively blocking traffic, but allowing those companies
On Thursday the United States Federal Communications Commission has voted to release a highly contentious proposal to reinstate net neutrality rules, beginning a four-month process that the agency has said would lead to new open Internet protection.
Under strong public criticism, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is scrambling to salvage his controversial net neutrality plan unveiled last month.
The Federal Communications Commission is set to put forth new rules on Thursday, and this proposal marks the third attempt by the government agency to enforce “net neutrality.” This is the concept that all Internet traffic should be treated equally.
Verizon is challenging the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality rules, saying they violate its First Amendment right to free speech.
Various Internet companies, such as Netflix and Hulu, are imploring US lawmakers to stop cable providers from imposing online-data consumption limits for broadband customers.
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