Two more states are throwing their support behind network neutrality in defiance of regulators.
Can you enjoy a good sandwich without worrying about your credit card information? If you are a Jason’s Deli customer, apparently not.
One of the criticisms levied against TPP and CETA is the insider corporate access. NAFTA appears to be following this trend.
Democratic senators appear to be making inroads in getting sponsors to a bill that would reverse the FCC net neutrality repeal.
The 2017 “notorious markets” is accusing piracy as being a driving force for the spread of malware. It also lists several sites.
It’s a position that may come as a surprise to long time observers. Major record labels and movie studios not expressing interest in extending the terms of copyright.
While there is plenty of legislative action to reverse the repeal of network neutrality, it seems that there is also some increasing muscle on the litigation front as well.
The debate around network neutrality is proving to be alive and well in 2018. This is thanks in part to the Democrats forcing a senate vote on the subject.
While the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) did try to ban state level laws protecting network neutrality, that isn’t stopping California from trying.
The personal data of a large chunk of the American population has recently been exposed. this is thanks to Alteryx leaving it on a public storage site.