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  • Blog Post: FCC Reinstates Net Neutrality, Protecting ‘Open Internet’

    The FCC ruled today to reinstate the concept of “net neutrality.” The commission says that its new rules are rooted in legal authority and serve promote freedom of speech and expression. The new ruling labels the internet as a public utility under Title II, eliminating the ability for providers... More
  • Blog Post: FCC To Propose Reclassification Of Internet As A Utility, Restoring Net Neutrality

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler will be presenting proposed rules to the commission this week that will address the question of Net Neutrality, which has been a topic of discussion since a court ruling in January 2014 . The move will seek to reclassify the Internet as an open platform. Wheeler published his... More
  • Blog Post: FCC To Vote On Net Neutrality Bill Next Month

    Next month, the FCC will vote on a new set of net neutrality rules – something that has the potential to change the way data is distributed online. In its simplest terms, net neutrality would keep the distribution of online data a consistent rate for everyone. Successful oppositions to net neutrality... More
  • Blog Post: President Obama Calls On FCC For Return To Net Neutrality

    This morning, President Barack Obama called upon the Federal Communications Commission to protect net neutrality and a free and open Internet. The President has requested service providers abide by four rules to protect fair access. In a statement issued on the White House website, Obama suggests the... More
  • Blog Post: New Net Neutrality Proposal Would Create An Internet ‘Fast Lane’

    The Federal Communications Commission has voted in favor of moving ahead with a new net neutrality plan. The proposal would create a two-tiered structure that disallows throttling, but creates a “fast lane” for content providers willing to pay for the privilege. The difference between throttling... More
  • Blog Post: FCC Chairman To Address Congress On Net Neutrality

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler will testify before the House Commerce Subcommittee on Communications on May 20. During his time on Capitol Hill, Wheeler is expected to address, among other things, net neutrality. Late last week, we shared a report on proposed changes that would gut the concept of an open internet... More
  • Blog Post: Could The Court's Net Neutrality Ruling Affect Your Gaming?

    Earlier today, a federal appeals court in Washington ruled that the Federal Communications Commission's rules for Net Neutrality were unfounded, and the broadband throttling that results could have an adverse effect on digital distribution and online gaming. Here's what you need to know. What... More
  • Blog Post: PlayStation Vita Clears FCC Testing

    Sony's new handheld has cleared one of the final hurdles before being shipped off to retailers later this year. The successful completion of the FCC testing process is a good sign that Sony is on the mark to hit the target release window for the Vita before the end of the year. Sony is free to ramp... More
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