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The court has let the FCC kill net neutrality

It was a tough week for net neutrality supporters as the Trump Federal Communication Commission's decision to remove the neutrality rules from the Internet was upheld by the Circuit Court of Appeals. It was a pretty close victory for the FCC as the court stated that it was necessary to oppose the agency's verdict and was bound by the precedent …

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The lifting of net neutrality by the Trump administration is largely supported by the appellate court

A federal appeals court upheld Tuesday that the Federal Communications Commission acted lawfully in 2017 when it overturned the US government's net neutrality rules and struck a blow on technology giants and consumer lawyers who argued that the repeal created a stratified Internet of fasting would and slow lanes. In a nearly 200-page opinion, the judges of the DC Court …

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Republicans in Congress at least talk about net neutrality

Three congressional Republican members introduced net neutrals on net neutrality on Thursday, but Congress is still far from a non-partisan deal to re-establish rules prohibiting broadband providers from blocking legitimate content or otherwise discriminate. During a hearing of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, representatives Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-Washington), Greg Walden (R-Oregon) and Bob Latta (R-Ohio) said they had proposed …

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What we have learned from the great judicial day of net neutrality

Over five hours in a courtroom in Washington, DC, today a coalition of net neutrality defenders sat down with the Federal Communications Commission as both sides spoke out for and against Internet regulations. The dispute is one of the most well-known disputes in the history of the Internet, but there was no immediate indication of how the three judges who …

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Feds investigate millions of counterfeit news against net neutrality: report

The Ministry of Justice is investigating possible criminal activities involving millions of counterfeit or duplicate messages – many of Russian e-mail addresses – sent to the Federal Communications Commission for net neutrality, Buzzfeed reported Saturday. Of the 22 million most recently sent messages On the FCC website, according to a Stanford University study, there were nearly 21 million bots, organized …

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The Ministry of Justice is investigating false comments on net neutrality

FCC leader Ajit Pai acknowledged that about 500,000 of the comments were tied to Russian email addresses. However, the agency under his leadership has so far rejected requests from the Freedom of Information Act for server logs that might expose those responsible for the forgery. The FCC claimed that the data could suspend the US for cyber attacks, but Commissioner …

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The FBI is now investigating fake anti-net neutrality comments

The Federal Government is now examining fake comments posted on the FCC website during the public comment period last year on the agency's plans to roll back net neutrality coverage. According to Buzzfeed News the FBI has launched an investigation to determine if any laws have been violated. In May 2017, the FCC accepted public comment on its plans and …

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Senators call on the FCC to maintain neutrality protection for text messages

In a letter to the FCC, the group of ten senators warned that reclassification could give mobile service providers too much discretion in delivering text messages. Carriers may block text or censor content if it is considered unappealing or violates the Terms of Use. The move could also give telcos the opportunity to favor their own services, significantly penalizing third-party …

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