FCC chairman Ajit Pai is saying that California’s net neutrality rules are illegal and poses a risk to the country.
In a move that will surprise few Internet advocates, big US ISPs are throttling Netflix and YouTube post network neutrality repeal.
After a long hard fought battle, the state of California has passed network neutrality laws. The move defies federal regulators.
Verizon has caught heat after they apparently throttled the connection of California firefighters.
Embattled American Regulator, the FCC, has admitted that their comment section was never actually hacked during net neutrality debate.
Reports are surfacing that India has become the latest country to enshrine network neutrality in law.
Trump’s new supreme court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, is having his history combed over. It turns out, he’s a net neutrality opponent.
Following the gutting of network neutrality, the state of California is still a battleground in the fight to restore it.
In spite of skepticism from some observers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a game plan to bring the network neutrality fight to congress.
The US senate has voted to save network neutrality. The victory means there is marginal hope for the future of the Internet.