In an effort to presumably get back into the good graces of Apple, Tumblr may have inadvertently made a great case against automatic filtering.
After a long hard fought battle, the state of California has passed network neutrality laws. The move defies federal regulators.
In another blow to bring censorship to Canada, the Canadian House of Commons Ethics committee recommended rejecting Internet censorship.
With the network neutrality repeal moving ahead in the US, it seems that some (VPN services) are able to cash in on the developments.
If you are clicking on some links via Twitter, you might have gotten a phishing security warning over the weekend. Apparently, Bit.ly was blocked by mistake.
In the wake of the FCC vote to kill network neutrality, a lot of eyes are on the ISP’s and what their next moves will be.
Accusations of abuse are flying in Australia right now. A construction company has demanded an ISP block another construction website based on claims of copyright infringement. The demand is going to be tested in court.
There’s been reports circulating that Netflix has been cracking down on VPN users recently. While this report circulated to many media outlets, it seems that Netflix has denied that anything is actually new.
After reading the news that ISPs in Britain surrendered to pressure and agreed to fight piracy, some users may not know all of their options to avoid possible false accusations.
We already noted that there is a lot of confusion surrounding the FCC ruling to “punish” Comcast, but we have just learned that the RIAA has some of their own strange comments on the matter.