“Santiago is an LA Democrat & progressive. His 5th largest donor is AT&T from whom he has received over $43k over his four-year-long career. AT&T also paid a charity in Santiago’s district … Continue reading Democrat with financial ties to AT&T just gutted California’s net neutrality law
These mergers hurt everyone except for CEOs and investors who profit off of monopolistic prices. If we step back, we see these two moves are part of a larger trend: America is … Continue reading Mega-mergers like AT&T and Time Warner crush American democracy
Day 1 of a worse internet. Certain websites and services will start running slower.. even if it’s just a fraction of a second slower it will be enough to get you to … Continue reading Net neutrality is officially dead. Here’s how you’ll notice it’s gone.
In a monumental decision that will resonate through election season, the U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted 52-47 to reinstate the net neutrality protections the Federal Communications Commission decided to repeal last December. … Continue reading Senate Votes to Save Net Neutrality, Proving Shame Still Works Sometimes
A net neutrality refresher as we mourn. If you care about net neutrality, the only thing to do is replace members of Congress this coming November and put them to work restoring … Continue reading Net neutrality is pretty much dead. Here’s what that means.
We need exactly one more vote in the Senate — help save the free and open internet Source: Call Your Senator: One More Vote to Save Net Neutrality | American Civil Liberties … Continue reading Call Your Senator: One More Vote to Save Net Neutrality
FCC chairman Ajit Pai receives a handmade rifle and the NRA’s “Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award” for overseeing net neutrality repeal. I’m sure he was pleased with the timing of the … Continue reading FCC chair gets ‘courage under fire’ custom rifle and award from the NRA for overseeing net neutrality repeal
AT&T’s 1993 “You Will” ads, the rightest wrong things ever predicted about the internet AT&T brought none of these things to us.. other startup companies did. Now AT&T wants to make it … Continue reading AT&T’s 1993 “You Will” ads, the rightest wrong things ever predicted about the internet
Net neutrality takes big step forward in California, but lawsuits loom. When the Federal government goes against the will of the people, state governments step in to challenge it. Let’s see how … Continue reading California Senate defies FCC, approves net neutrality law
After this article was published, Apple told Dave Choffnes [the developer of the app] that his iPhone app, designed to detect net neutrality violations, will be allowed in the iTunes App Store. … Continue reading Detect Net Neutrality Violations Right From Your iPhone (Initially Blocked by Apple)
This is a war on multiple fronts — and there are many reasons to believe the people will win. It looks like this issue is not over yet, thanks to the people. … Continue reading They struck net neutrality down. Now it’s becoming more powerful than they could possibly imagine
The bombastic, high-profile war over net neutrality isn’t over—but the battle is about to move deep into the weeds. In many ways, the first effort presents a win-win scenario for the Democrats, … Continue reading The Looming Net Neutrality Fight Is Looking Damn Good for Supporters