The principle that internet service providers should treat data equally was championed by the Obama administration, but corporate lackeys are set to overturn that on the FCC.
The FCC was set to make cellphone giants better pinpoint 911 calls for emergency responders. Then insiders so watered down new location rules that critics say they’ll cost 10,000 lives.
The company says the FCC overreached by passing rules to stop Internet service providers from blocking sites and slowing traffic. The problem is, Comcast’s admitted to doing just that.
A day before before an FCC vote to bar telecoms from artificially slowing the web, lobbyists are still pouring money into attacks—and a paper is reporting the government will be able to defund TV shows.
This week, the FCC will reclassify the Internet as a utility. The cable companies will howl. And there are three reasons why they might win.
With a threat to net neutrality looming—that all online data is treated equally—a handful of popular XXX sites are leading the charge to campaign for an open Internet.
Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian is all over the place, working across technology, politics, and business. But the more he gets involved in, the better it is for all of us.