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Network Neutrality

Congress can Un-stuck & Restore America’s Net Policy Continuum

They say the road to heaven is paved with good intentions. This idiom can also apply to rules, policies and procedures that some governments create to protect their citizens that have unintended consequences. So could be said of the recent efforts by those wanting to preserve the free and open internet by supporting efforts of the […]

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Treating the Internet like a utility could kill online discourse

If those who provide a voice to people online are subject to new archaic rules meant for old telephone systems, the impact could be a chilling of avenues of expression

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Next Gen StartUp Founders Really don’t know what they’re in for under Title II Net Neutrality Regs

It’s unclear whether the next generation of start up founders are aware that the regulatory framework proposed for the internet may burden their efforts to launch and grow successful companies.

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How #Ferguson is being Exploited and Weaved into Tech Policy Debates

Here is how proponents of Network Neutrality and other tech policy advocates are weaving in the controversy in Ferguson, Missouri into the mix

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FCC goes to the Hill to defend network neutrality

If you have 3 hours to kill, you can hear the FCC Chairman make the misstep of assuming that a dynamic, constantly moving and changing resource that is currently working wonderfully NOW to promote innovation, growth and investment needs to be regulated. Regulation has its place during market failure, and it is scary to think […]

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Wall Street Journal Opines: The FCC Internet Power Grab (video)

Wall Street Journal’s Jason Riley discusses the FCC’s attempt to regulate the Internet in much the same way they once regulated the nation’s telephones. Thoughts? Jeneba “JJ Ghatt”,is editor at Jenebapeaks.com, an online hub where she helps social media butterfly who empowers digital entrepreneurs and professionals to create great things online at her online learning platform Digital […]

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FCC’s New Internet Regulations Reflect an Imperfect Compromise

From my Politic365.com post analyzing the FCC’s net neutrality decision: It appears no one is happy with the rules ultimately adopted — not the progressive netroots groups who have been pushing the hardest for strict network neutrality rules; not conservative watchdog groups who have been warning the FCC against imposing extraneous government oversight on the […]

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Less Strict Wireless Network Neutrality Rules shouldn’t mean anything to Minorities

It was interesting to note so many network neutrality supporters yesterday who were upset the rules did not go far enough to extend to wireless and later read them lamented about how the rules will harm minorities first and foremost. Representative Maxine Waters came out this morning saying that the rule could create a digital […]

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Field Trip to a historic vote on Open Internet at the FCC

I went down to the FCC today to be part of the vote.  I arrived a just in the nick of time to an already full to capacity room. Because I was covering the event for Politc365, I got one of a few plum spots in the reporters’ gallery. Score! I spotted GiGi Sohn, President […]

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Level 3’s allegation about Comcast broken down (video)

Pardon the audio which appears delayed, but I did some research and here is my explanation of my  understanding of the Level 3 allegation that Comcast has charged it an extra tolling fee for it to service to one of Level 3’s customers, Netflix! Your thoughts? Jeneba “JJ Ghatt”,is editor at Jenebapeaks.com, an online hub where […]

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