FCC claims the big telcos are now competing
Desperate to prove that killing net neutrality was not designed to make telcos richer at the expense of the rest of the US, the FCC has gone into full spin mode.
Stepping in when central government fails
The polite and reserved people of New Jersey have collectively stuck two fingers up at the Republican-controlled FCC for trying to kill off net neutrality so that the telephone monopolies can build a two-tier internet.
You probably were not expecting this
Throughout its campaign against net neutrality laws, Comcast said the laws were not needed and promised to up-hold net neutrality what ever happened.
Democracy is something for other countries
The FCC ignored more than 22 million comments chiming in on the net neutrality debate and only listened to the views of big corporations.
FCC warns against filling the vacuum
Now that the Federal Communications Commission has ditched net neutrality rules, it has warned US states not to fill the vacuum and create laws of their own.
Trump backing the wrong horse
While the US government under its supreme Orangeman Donald Trump is dismantling Net Neutrality so that big telcos can take more money from their enslaved customers, they appear to have lost public support.
If these guys want it you know it must be good
Oracle announced its support for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's controversial plan to roll back the agency's net neutrality rules.
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.
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.
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.