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Net Neutrality

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  • 'The Killing' Cast Praises Netflix, Deeper Storytelling at Season 4 Premiere

    While "The Killing" may have earned a passionate following over its three season run on AMC, it was clear at the show's fourth season premiere Monday at the Arclight that the cast are passionate fans of Netflix. "We had a partnership with Netflix in...
  • U.S. extends deadline for 'net neutrality' comments to Sept 15

    U.S. extends deadline for 'net neutrality' comments to Sept 15
    U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Friday said it would accept public comments on its proposed new "net neutrality" rules through Sept. 15, giving Americans extra time to weigh in on how they think Internet traffic should be regulated. The FCC has...
  • Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times

    Reclassify Internet providers for 'net neutrality': NY Times
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators' new "net neutrality" rules should classify Internet providers more like public utilities to prevent them from potentially slowing users' access to some Web content, the New York Times said in an editorial in...
  • Obama Indicates Opposition to Internet 'Fast Lanes'

    When President Obama spoke at the U.S.-Africa Business Forum on Tuesday, he was asked about his position on net neutrality, the rules of the road for the Internet that are pending before the FCC. At the center of the debate is whether the FCC will pass...
  • Woman Pulls Gun on Comcast Employee for Cable Fees

    It's no secret that America is often unhappy with Comcast customer service, as the cable provider has ranked dangerously low in recent surveys in the customer satisfaction department. Frustration with cable fees has heated to the point that one...
  • FCC's dull plans for Internet get viral, angry response

    WASHINGTON This summer the dull-sounding technology term "network neutrality" prompted street protests and viral web campaigns, crashing the Federal Communications Commission's website with a record-breaking flood of over a million comments from the...
  • Netflix to Pay AT&T for High-Quality Video Streaming Connections

    Netflix has struck a deal with AT&T, under which the No. 1 Internet video-streaming company will pay the U.S.'s biggest phone company fees to guarantee high-quality delivery. The deal represents the third major U.S. broadband provider Netflix has cut...
  • FCC Chairman Threatens to Intervene to Resolve Dodgers TV Dispute

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler, in a strongly worded letter to Time Warner Cable CEO Rob Marcus, said that the agency "will intervene as appropriate" to resolve the dispute that has kept the Dodgers unavailable to some 70% of viewers in the Los Angeles region....
  • FCC Urged by Lawmakers to End Dodgers' TV Impasse

    A group of Los Angeles area congressional representatives are calling on the FCC to mediate an impasse between Time Warner Cable and other multichannel providers that has left about 70% of the region's viewers unable to get access to the cabler's...
  • 'Divergent' Bonus Content: Comcast Has It, Apple and Amazon Don't

    Comcast cut a deal with Lionsgate to offer more than four hours of bonus content from teen sci-fi movie "Divergent" to subs who purchase the movie through its Xfinity Store service, as the cable giant looks for a new way to capture more coin from...
  • Writers Guild Leaders Sound Alarm Over Fox's Time Warner Bid, Pitch for Funds

    Leaders of the Writers Guild of America West, alarmed by Rupert Murdoch's $80 billion bid for Time Warner Inc., are pitching for funds from the 8,000 members of their guild. The missive -- sent out by WGA West president Chris Keyser and negotiating...