As we get closer and closer to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) vote, an increasing number of people are worried about what this means for innovation.
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.
A commissioner for the FTC has come out to say that the regulator can’t protect network neutrality. This comes after anti-Internet forces say the FTC will take care of it.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to run a legitimate website. The Electronic Frontier Foundation says it could only get even more difficult.
As the FCC continues to move ahead with plans to gut network neutrality, many American’s are taking their protest onto the streets.
The battle to save the Internet in the US is heating up as an increasing chorus of Americans call on the FCC to either stop or delay the vote. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai hit back at Americans, saying the vote will not be delayed and that Americans are merely “desperate”.
With the potential implications of the US scrapping network neutrality, we look at why the issue goes far beyond the US borders.
Later this month, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will hold a vote on whether or not to scrap key rules that gave the United States network neutrality rules.
The Trump administration has released its negotiation objectives for the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiations. It’s bad news if you are a fan of online civil rights.
We’ve been reading through some of the demands made by various corporate organizations. Today, we thought we’d look at another submission: the MPAA.