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Net Neutrality

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  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Bolsters Net Neutrality Proposal as Protest Mounts

    As the FCC prepares for a key meeting on Thursday, its chairman Tom Wheeler is making revisions to his proposal to re-establish rules of the road for the Internet, including language to make it more difficult for broadband providers to prioritize some...
  • 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...
  • FCC Chairman: New Internet Rules Will Be 'Tough' and 'Enforceable'

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler once again defended his proposed rules of the road for the Internet on Tuesday, suggesting that they will protect broadband providers from degrading service so they can charge companies for access to "fast lanes" to deliver...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler defends proposed net neutrality reform

    FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler defends proposed net neutrality reform
    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler strongly defended rules he has proposed for the Internet that critics fear would result in preferential treatment for big companies and place too much power in the hands of the nation's broadband...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: Commission Is Not 'Gutting' Net Neutrality Rules

    FCC chairman Tom Wheeler took the stage at the Cable Show 2014 to keep up his PR campaign defending the commission's revised net neutrality regulations - and put cable operators on notice that he'll act swiftly to stop any Internet service providers...
  • FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Braves Storm of Policy Battles

    Tom Wheeler believes that television programming is in the midst of a Golden Age. When asked what shows he watches, the FCC chairman doesn't hesitate, reeling off "House of Cards," "True Detective" and "Sherlock," and he admits to enjoying the...
  • Comcast CEO: We Have Fewer Subscribers Than Netflix, Even After Time Warner Deal

    Comcast continues to paint Netflix as a competitor, as the cable giant keeps trying to make the case that it needs to swallow Time Warner Cable to have a presence on a national scale - and compete with what it portrays as surging digital-video rivals....
  • FCC chief Tom Wheeler defends his support for new net neutrality rules

    Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler strongly defended his support for a new set of rules overseeing high-speed Internet access that critics fear would give preferential treatment to big companies and wealthy consumers. Wheeler's...
  • Matthew Weiner on 'Mad Men': 'It's Changed Every Aspect of My Life'

    Matthew Weiner, creator of "Mad Men" on AMC, still isn't saying what his next TV project might be, as he heads into the homestretch of the show that he said has transformed his life. Weiner, speaking in a keynote session at the Cable Show 2014,...