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American Civil Liberties Union – It Was Close, But We Won: Viva Net Neutrality!

Yeah for Net Neutrality, boo for my State Senator being the one who introduced this resolution.

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Ars Technica – Verizon sues to halt FCC’s net neutrality rules

How about the uncertainty for businesses to know if next month they’ll have to pay fees to not have their sites arbitrarily slowed down?

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Posted in Business, Quick Posts, Technology
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Huffington Post – U.S. House Ignores Internet Reality, Again

If it wasn’t so frustrating you have to almost admire Republicans ability to ignore their own experts or examples when legislating.

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Uh Oh, Internet: Basic Mobile Video Will be YouTube-Only With MetroPCS Plans

Remember those Net Neutrality rules the FCC voted on a few weeks ago, this is exactly the loophole that everyone feared.

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A Guide to the Open Internet

Just in case you need a good solid pointer to over the holiday breaks as to why Net Neutrality is important and what it really means.

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A VC – A Net Neutrality Case Study

If we don’t have basic rules of internet access and freedoms, offline complaints influence online access.

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