By Ross Mayfield on December 19, 2011
Instead of constantly playing defense against congress, we should pass a Protect the Internet Bill. SOPA and PIPA are very dangerous symptoms of an underlying problem. Powerful embedded interests from the entertainment to the telecom lobby will continue to introduce legislation that threatens the net. Congress will continue to be driven by these interests and […]
By Jeff Nolan on April 6, 2010
Comcast won a major legal case it filed against the FCC regarding Comcast’s attempt to throttle BitTorrent traffic on their network. The FCC fined Comcast on the grounds that it violated their net neutrality policy, and Comcast took them to court arguing that not only were they wrong to regulate internet data on the grounds […]
By Chris Selland on October 23, 2009
Regardless of how free-marketeers (like me) feel about it, ‘Net Neutrality‘ is about to be upon us, as the FCC yesterday voted unamimously to begin drafting new rules on network providers.
Challenges are already being posed, and if there is a significant change in the makeup of Congress in the 2010 elections this legislation could be […]