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Montana, New York State Mandate ISPs Uphold Net Neutrality Principles

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. At first glance, Montana and New York State don’t have much in common. New York has a reputation as an urban blue state, though this ...

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AT&T Attempts to Hijack Net Neutrality ‘Day of Action’ With Deceptive Webpage

Yesterday was the net neutrality “day of action” protest around the internet. Companies and websites posted messages of support for net neutrality, which is imperiled by a Republican-led Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Some sites even provided easy ways to get ...

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FCC Chairman Announces Plan to Roll Back Net Neutrality Regulations

Many of us hoped the net neutrality battle was over two years ago when the FCC implemented Title II classification of internet service providers. However, the election of Donald Trump and ascendance of FCC commissioner Ajit Pai to the chairmanship ...

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FCC Republicans confirm they’ll act to topple net neutrality as quickly as possible

Net neutrality is firmly on the chopping block in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s election. The two Republican members of the FCC, Ajit Pai and Michael O’Rielly, have made this clear in a letter sent to small ISPs with less ...

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Free Basics, net neutrality, and the problem with charity

Share This article The past year must have been discouraging for Mark Zuckerberg. The tech world’s favorite hoodie rack probably thought that when he announced Internet.org, Facebook’s joint venture to bring limited free internet access to developing areas, it would be welcomed ...

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