In an effort to try and stop the repeal of network neutrality rules, celebrities have also lent their support to the cause.
They are working the halls of congress and taking to the streets in what looks like the start of the final push to save network neutrality.
As the debate rages on in the US over whether or not the FCC should save the Internet or go ahead with the vote, some who are opposed to saving the Internet seem to have a hard time grasping the basics of the debate.
The network neutrality debate has been a hot topic over the last few weeks in the US. Now, effort is underway to turn words into action.
After several efforts to stop the gutting of network neutrality were initiated, the FCC website crashed. Today, the FCC is saying that it was hit by a DDOS attack.
In the lead up to the elections in the UK, the government has passed the hugely controversial Digital Economy Bill during wash-up.
The privacy picture in the US is seemingly growing worse. For some American’s, the news is too much and are now seeking out privacy options.
Last week, US President Donald Trump signed a bill that rolled back privacy regulations for ISPs. Now, ISPs are free to sell your personal information.
Reports are surfacing that Canada will begin implementing the hugely controversial Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement. They say most of it will kick in on July 1.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has gained support from what might be considered by some as an unexpected source: Google. The search engine giant has announced in their policy blog that they have come out in support of the controversial agreement.