It’s been a well-documented problem that US carriers are throttling competing services. Now US senate Democrats want answers from four major carriers.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that laws protecting net neutrality are legal. Unfortunately, those are the laws that were already scrapped.
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.
With the network neutrality repeal moving ahead in the US, it seems that some (VPN services) are able to cash in on the developments.
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.
While the European Union is dealing with a filtering debate that appears to be a threat to the internet as we know it, the internet as we know it isn’t exactly safe in the US either with the heated network neutrality debate at the FCC.
Jesse Browns Search Engine on CBC covered a very interesting topic recently. The growth of bandwidth consumption went down 45% in Canada recently.
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.