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Net Neutrality

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Top Net Neutrality Articles

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  • FCC chief defends net plan

    Democrats want strong protections on the Internet to make sure that network owners don't discriminate against anyone online. Republicans don't want any rules whatsoever that they think could stifle the online ecosystem. So proposed net neutrality...
  • Comcast investor meeting draws protest over Time Warner Cable deal

    Comcast Corp. was hoping to focus on its financial achievements and the benefits of its proposed takeover of Time Warner Cable during its annual shareholders meeting, but the cable giant continues to be dogged by concerns that it is already too big and...
  • Protests at Comcast annual meeting; baseball may want Bob Iger

    Protests at Comcast annual meeting; baseball may want Bob Iger
    After the coffee. Before getting ready for the summer news slowdown. The Skinny: "Homeland" producers should watch FX's "The Americans" to see how you make a compelling show that ends stories and creates new ones while being true to itself and its...
  • Party doesn't govern lawmakers' stance on net neutrality -- money does

    It's tempting to think of the network neutrality battle as one fought in Washington along party lines -- after all, that's true of almost everything in the capital. But recent research by the campaign finance analysts at MapLight show that the reality...
  • Cable Association Alerts FCC After Viacom Blocks Access to Its Own Websites

    The American Cable Assn., which represents small- and medium-sized cable and Internet providers, says that Viacom is retaliating against some of its members who refuse to pay "exorbitant fee increases" for low-rated channels by blocking access to Viacom...
  • Two FCC Democrats raise concerns about net neutrality proposal

    Two FCC Democrats raise concerns about net neutrality proposal
    Two Democrats on the Federal Communications Commission indicated they have serious concerns about Chairman Tom Wheeler's net neutrality proposal, casting doubt on his ability to start considering the plan next week. The comments by Commissioners...
  • Google, Netflix Sound Warning Over Latest FCC Net Neutrality Plan

    Google, Netflix and Amazon, along with dozens of other tech firms, are warning that FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposed net neutrality rules could represent a "grave threat to the open Internet," adding to a chorus of voices who have come out against...
  • Netflix Adds 'E-Team' to Documentary Lineup, Hoping for Another Shot at Oscar

    Netflix has another Oscar hopeful in its quiver. The streaming-video service has acquired worldwide rights to "E-Team," a documentary about four Human Rights Watch workers who are the first-responders on the scene investigating abuse allegations in Syria...
  • Netflix Agrees to Pay Verizon for Direct Connections

    Netflix has -- reluctantly -- inked a deal with Verizon Communications, under which the streaming-video service will pay the telco for high-speed interconnections. Deal comes after Netflix reached a similar agreement with Comcast in February. They're the...
  • Internet providers' 'natural monopolies'

    Re "Neutral net may be a lost cause," April 25 The latest discussion about Net neutrality addresses only half of the Internet access issue. In simple terms, the Internet consists of two parts: the content (such as Netflix, Amazon and Facebook) and the...
  • Your complete guide to the murder of net neutrality

    You couldn't say the crime is being committed by stealth. Quite the contrary: Tom Wheeler, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is aiming to slay net neutrality in broad daylight. The murder weapon is a proposal to allow Internet service...