An open and fair Internet – Net Neutrality!
An open and fair Internet – Net Neutrality!

Today – June 12, 2015 – is the day the US of A formally, officially has an open and fair Internet – Net Neutrality is now the law of the land. The U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. refused June 11 to block the new net neutrality rules from taking effect. The major Internet […]

Lawsuits filed to challenge Net Neutrality
Lawsuits filed to challenge Net Neutrality

The first lawsuits challenging an open, free-flowing Internet in the U.S. – what’s known as Net Neutrality – were filed earlier this week. The lawsuits were inevitable, of course, because the major Internet providers (ISPs) in the U.S. – the giants like Verizon, Comcast, AT&T and others – want to control the Internet’s flow and […]

Net Neutrality – U.S. Internet still threatened by greed
Net Neutrality – U.S. Internet still threatened by greed

Despite recent hope Net Neutrality may prevail in the U.S., corporations controlling the Internet appear to be getting help from Congressional allies in a last-ditch effort to remain absolute bosses of a free-flowing information superhighway. U.S. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., and U.S. Rep. Fred Upton, R-Mich., filed bills offering what they describe as a solution […]

Net Neutrality: Battle for the Net, Sept. 10
Net Neutrality: Battle for the Net, Sept. 10

As a symbolic Internet “slowdown” to boost support for Net Neutrality in the U.S., major organizations and companies are uniting September 10 in a Battle for the Net. And all Internet users are encouraged to participate in any of several ways: put a widget on your website; change your Twitter avatar for the day; if […]

Net Neutrality should extend across all Internet points
Net Neutrality should extend across all Internet points

U.S. communications regulators say corporations should be able to charge higher prices for faster Internet download speeds, which will kill what’s termed Net Neutrality and an Internet open to all users. The U.S. Federal Communication Commission (FCC), which proposed the current version of the rules back in May, will end its public comment period July […]

Toll booths on the Internet already under construction: Net Neutrality
Toll booths on the Internet already under construction: Net Neutrality

The U.S. government’s communications regulators gave tentative approval May 15 to the idea of paying more for faster Internet speeds and ending any concept of net neutrality. If you like cable television and how much you pay for it, you’re going to love the Internet of the future in the United States. The U.S. Federal […]