US tech startups fear FCC will kill them off
Published in News


End of Net Neutrality means end of us


More than 800 startups have written to the FCC chairman Ajit Pai saying they are "deeply concerned" about his decision to kill net neutrality.

New FCC chairman remains undecided on net neutrality
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First open meeting reveals committment to building digital divide


The most recent Federal Communications Chairman, Ajit Pai, who took office earlier last week, has made a commitment to reduce regulatory barriers to growth and innovation and prioritize building the digital divide, a national social inequality measurement on access to internet services.

AT&T and Verizon respond to FCC's zero-rating concerns
Published in Mobiles


Unaffiliated mobile video operators end up footing the bill


A few weeks ago, Verizon and AT&T came under fire by the FCC for violating principles of net neutrality through the use of “zero-rating” data promotions.

EU net neutrality plans going backwards
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Ericsson worried about too many controls

Ericsson head of European affairs, Peter Olson has warned that new net neutrality guidelines drawn up by EU regulatory body Berec are taking the mobile industry “one step backwards”.

European Parliament end to roaming charges
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Also ends throttling.

The European parliament has voted the adoption of rules surrounding net neutrality, internet traffic management and global roaming charges today.



Hoping for a Republican in the White House

Come up with net neutrality laws you lazy gits



And the US government let them

Surprised that people think otherwise

Regulators surrender to corporate backers