The FCC wants to wipe away net neutrality regulations despite a recent flood of public support for the open internet rules….
Civil liberties organizations and tech companies will stand in support of net neutrality regulations on July 12, a "day of action" for the cause. Among those supporting the event are Amazon, Etsy, Kickstarter, Mozilla, Reddit, and Vimeo. The ACLU and EFF are supporting it.
Net neutrality will never be anything more than a vague aspiration with no clear definition….
Mobile – MIT Technology Review
Today, chairman of the Federal Trade Communications Commission, Ajit Pai outlined his new plan to loosen the FCC’s oversight of internet service providers. As expected, his dream plan effectively kills off many of the ideas of net neutrality.
Can YouTube TV, Sling TV, and Sony PlayStation Vue survive the death of net neutrality?
The good news for cord-cutters is that last week YouTube TV softly launched in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago. So, another success story for cord-cutters, as pricey cable companies are given more competition, right? Right? Think again.
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