The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is planning to gut the 2015 net neutrality laws, which declared that internet service providers (ISPs) could not offer paid prioritization to web companies and lower speeds for other services. Comcast is happy to see the regulations go, it was one of the ISPs that introduced fast lanes, most notably […]
Donald Trump has now been sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America. Along with his administration, the new president will usher in a number of drastic changes — specifically in the area of telecommunications and the world of IoT. There is a strong possibility that the new White House administration […]
Because FCC filing.
Maybe there won’t be a nation-spanning broadband monopolist after all.
But they won’t stop trying.
Defeated, the hotel finally stops assaulting your connectivity.
The tech giant wants to bring the Internet to every nook of the Universe.
Net neutrality is just all right with one wireless provider.
The hotel reverses its blocking policy after hefty fines.
Laws that limit competition also limit innovation, says White House
Just in meeting rooms, it swears.
Party lines be damned.
And you have more time to comment!
Turnabout is fair play.
Some of your favorite sites will be loading all day.
Look out, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.
It’s not just Verizon.
Its site went down, so now you can offer your net-neutrality thoughts until midnight, July 18.
A handy infographic tells you what to think.
Don’t mess with our Internet, says a younger generation that’s grown up with it as an ever-present utility. FCC, take note.