I used natural language processing techniques to analyze net neutrality comments submitted to the FCC from April-October 2017, and the Key Findings: One pro-repeal spam campaign used mail-merge to disguise 1.3 million comments as unique grassroots submissions. There were likely multiple other campaigns aimed at injecting what may total several million pro-repeal … Continue reading More than a Million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments were Likely Faked
As we noted yesterday, the FCC is trying to use the Thanksgiving holiday to distract the press and public from its blatant handout to one of the least liked and least competitive … Continue reading FCC Releases Net Neutrality Killing Order, Hopes You’re Too Busy Cooking Turkey To Read It
Nothing good — but we can keep fighting for it. Right now, there are regulations in place that, for the most part, force your ISP (Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, etc) to treat every megabyte of data the same. A megabyte from Facebook gets treated the same way as one from Instagram, a … Continue reading What Happens Without Net Neutrality? – Emma Lindsay
Want more Netflix? You’ll pay extra for that. Excuse me, does the government work for us the people or the corporations? Source: If you want to see what America would be like … Continue reading If you want to see what America would be like if it ditched net neutrality, just look at Portugal
Portuguese non-neutral ISP shows us what our Trumpian internet will look like Source: Portuguese non-neutral ISP shows us what our Trumpian internet will look like / Boing Boing Continue reading Portuguese ISP shows us what our internet will look like without net neutrality
This guy running the FCC is the very definition of “The Swamp” and is willing to destroy the Internet and the FCC just to get a nice high paying job after he … Continue reading Just How Unpopular, How Wrong on the Facts, How Misguided Is the FCC Proposal to Rollback Network Neutrality and Broadband Privacy?
Tricky, tricky. From a commenter in Reddit: IrishSniper87 They know they look bad if they argue against net neutrality, so they make it seem like they promote net neutrality while arguing against … Continue reading AT&T’s ‘support’ for net neutrality means tricking customers to fight against it
We have slower mobile internet than Greece. Greece! Source: The U.S. ranks 28th in the world in mobile internet speeds – Recode Continue reading The U.S. ranks 28th in the world in mobile internet speeds
Senators to FCC: Don’t roughhouse journalists who are trying to ask questions. Two Democratic senators have asked Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai to explain why “FCC security personnel reportedly manhandled, threatened, and … Continue reading Senators ask FCC why reporter was “manhandled” after net neutrality vote | Ars Technica
“Net neutrality” has become the Holy Grail of various so-called consumer organizations. But government regulation isn’t what consumers need. This is a complete failure of an article, obviously written by the Internet … Continue reading FCC Takes The First Step Toward A Truly Free And Open Internet – Not!
ISPs continue to invest and tell investors that net neutrality hasn’t hurt them. The ISPs are telling us that Net Neutrality is stopping investment into faster lines, but they are telling their … Continue reading Title II hasn’t hurt network investment, according to the ISPs themselves
One guy’s findings of the response to the FCC doing away with net neutrality. Source: FCC Filings Overwhelmingly Support Net Neutrality Once Anti-Net Neutrality Spam is Removed Continue reading FCC Filings Overwhelmingly Support Net Neutrality Once Anti-Net Neutrality Spam is Removed