TechCrunch provides a great summary of how the Net Neutrality vote went down and how yet again people who don’t know what they are talking about are making laws that affect us all. You can find my opinion on Net Neutrality in a post I made in 2014.
Ars Technica reports on the latest Net Neutrality news: “The US Federal Communications Commission voted 2-1 today to start the process of eliminating net neutrality rules and the classification of home and mobile Internet service providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act. The Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) proposes eliminating the […]
Really, this shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone. A recently conducted survey found: “…while politics may be as divided as ever in our country, consumers share a strong bipartisan consensus that the government should let the internet flourish without imposing burdensome regulations.” You can read more about it here.
Or, at least several major sites wanted you to know what it might feel like if it were to slow down permanently due to what they say may result in Internet “fast lanes” where companies would be able to purchase the ability to have their sites served faster than others (ala, the Comcast/Netflix agreement made […]
Blogging hiatus is now over and what better way to get back in the saddle again than to start with a Webtwitch Wednesday post! Big news today: Google says: Sorry China, we will not be kowtowing to you any more. Good question posed by FastCompany: And there’s also the issue that Google’s pull-out of China […]