Obama FCC Caves on Net Neutrality -- Tuesday Betrayal Assured

The net neutrality rule, which will be voted in during tomorrow's FCC meeting, falls drastically short of earlier pledges by President Obama and the FCC Chairman to protect the free and open Internet. Full Story »

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Posted by: Posted by Dwight Rousu - Dec 20, 2010 - 4:27 PM PST
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Edited by: Dwight Rousu - Dec 20, 2010 - 7:47 PM PST

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Kaizar Campwala
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by Kaizar Campwala - Dec. 21, 2010

Someone could write a compelling opinion piece about the problems with the Net Neutrality compromise, but this one isn't it. Rather than explaining the drawbacks and consequences of the FCC rule, the authors chooses to take the lazy route and simply tell the reader that the Net Neutrality compromise is bad.

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Dec. 20, 2010

The rule is so riddled with loopholes that it’s become clear that this FCC chairman crafted it with the sole purpose of winning the ... More »

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