Tag Archives: Net Neutrality

Big Cable’s Sledgehammer Is Coming Down

Get ready to go back to the old days of metered Internet if Big Cable and Big Telco have their way. How about some throwback AOL-style junk mail clogging your postbox?

“Comcast-exclusive deal for new subscribers: Get 500 hours free!”

Why usage-based billing is a threat to the open internet, and what can be done to stop it

Source: Big Cable’s Sledgehammer Is Coming Down — Backchannel — Medium

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It’s The Final Countdown

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A New Net-Neutrality Battle Brews Over…Text Messages

When Verizon pulled the plug on Gene Lew’s company, it gave no warning. At first, Lew thought some sort of router had crashed inside the network. “It wasn’t until we did a lot of digging,” Lew says, “we found out that someone turned the switch off.”

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Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: Net Neutrality

This is, hands-down, the single best explanation of Net Neutrality (or as I shall now call it “Preventing Cable Company F**kery”) and why it’s important that I have seen so far. Please watch and say something. Not to me, but to the FCC. www.FCC.gov/comments

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