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2 hrs ago | EContent Magazine
According to the "Online Personal Experience" study by Janrain, more than half of people are just fine with providing personal information to a website and as long as they benefit and the information is used responsibly.
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6 hrs ago | GPB.org
Members of global advocacy group Avaaz stand next to a digital counter showing the number of petition signatures calling for net neutrality outside the Federal Communication Commission in Washington in January.
7 hrs ago | WIS-TV Columbia
Being taxed to use the internet is something that could be hard to see happening, but it was an idea lawmakers played with back in the 90s.
9 hrs ago | ZDNet
Netflix also has some ambitious goals for the third quarter, propelled by recent international launches in Europe and South America.
13 hrs ago | Business Journal
Last week, U.S. Rep. Marsha Blackburn introduced legislation that would bar the Federal Communications Commission from using its powers to help community-owned Internet service providers compete against private companies.
16 hrs ago | The Washington Post
As the Federal Communications Commission wraps up its open comment period for its net neutrality proceedings, AT&T is in with its 99-page contribution .
16 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
The Federal Communications Commission has already been twice unanimously rebuked by the D.C. Circuit Court in previous attempts to impose network neutrality.
The House passed a fiscal year 2015 Financial Services Appropriations bill with an amendment that is intended to bar the Federal Communications Commission from pre-empting state laws that block state and local governments from providing broadband service.
When some people hear the term "net neutrality," they zone out. It sounds very technical.
On July 14, 2014, the Federal Communications Commission released its latest Connect America Fund Order , which sets forth the parameters of its planned "rural broadband experiments" program.
Today the American Library Association and the Association of College and Research Libraries urged the Federal Communications Commission to adopt the legally enforceable network neutrality rules necessary to fulfill library missions and serve communities nationwide.
The Federal Communications Commission has been working on a set of rules that introduces a two-tiered system of internet connectivity: the fast lane and the slow lane.
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The U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation held a three-hour long hearing on the future of the video marketplace.
It's rare for liberals and conservatives to find common ground in this era of political brinkmanship.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:26 pm
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