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 eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutrality
eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff provides tool to allow you to instantly lobby congress to protect net neutra

Although the Trump administration is pressing ahead with plans to remove net neutrality, there’s still time for you to play your part in preventing it.The proposal still needs to pass a vote in Congress, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has provided a webpage allowing you to instantly lobby your representative …NordVPNEnding net neutrality – which requires ISPs to treat all websites and online services equally – will result in a two-speed Internet. ISPs will be able to request payment from large sites in return for speeding up their traffic, while slowing down traffic to the rest of the web.ISPs will even be able to take money from one service to completely block access to a rival one, allowing established players to block smaller competitors, while startups won’t be able to deliver

eff tool tells your members of congress to fight for net neutrality

The FCC is likely to vote in favor of gutting protections on December 14th given its current composition and refusal to investigate anti-neutrality spam, but there's a hope that Congress might raise the issue of defending net neutrality and even implement some safeguards. If nothing else, this puts your opposition to the FCC's moves on the record. Politicians need to know how you feel if they're going to act on your behalf, after all.

comcast says net neutrality supporters “create hysteria”

EnlargeGetty Images | SweetBabeeJayShare this storyBroadband providers made it clear this week: they wholeheartedly support net neutrality... but they want to overturn those pesky net neutrality rules and replace them with something that isn't so strict.In fact, the way to truly protect net neutrality is to keep the Internet free of regulations, Internet provider CenturyLink wrote. "Keep the Internet Open and Free—Without Regulation" was the title of CenturyLink's blog post Wednesday."Reversing the FCC’s 2015 Internet regulation order will do several positive things: Increase customer choice, spur innovation and investment, [and] create lasting consumer and competitive protections," CenturyLink wrote.Comcast, meanwhile, accused net neutrality supporters of "creat[ing] hysteria."This was pa

only congress, not the fcc, can fix net neutrality

Opinion: Despite what John Oliver says, the FCC isn't the one that can solve the net neutrality issue once and for all. Congress can. The post Only Congress, Not the FCC, Can Fix Net Neutrality appeared first on WIRED.

repealing net neutrality is easy. replacing it will be hard

The Affordable Care Act isn't the only Obama-era regulation Republicans aim to repeal and replace. Net neutrality, which Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) once famously called "Obamacare for the internet," is on the agenda as well.The Federal Communications Commission is well on its way towards repealing its existing net neutrality rules, which ban internet service providers from blocking legal content, slowing down specific connections, or charging tolls for so-called "fast lanes" on the internet. But the "replace" half will fall to Congress. And that's going to be much harder.This week House Committee on Energy and Commerce chair Greg Walden (R-OR) reportedly sent letters asking several companies to testify before Congress about net neutrality on September 7 of this year. Walden invited broadband

isps want supreme court to kill title ii net neutrality rules now and forever

EnlargeGetty Images | Henrik5000Share this storyBroadband industry lobby groups have appealed to the US Supreme Court in an attempt to kill the Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules. The groups want the Supreme Court to rule that the FCC exceeded its authority when it reclassified Internet providers in order to impose stricter regulations.Under President Obama, the FCC's Democratic majority reclassified home and mobile broadband providers as common carriers under Title II of the Communications Act in order to enforce net neutrality rules.With Republicans now in charge, the FCC is on track to overturn the rules. But a Supreme Court decision in favor of Internet providers could protect them from future attempts to regulate the industry if, for example, Democrats eventually

a title ii opponent explains why ajit pai’s plan won’t protect net neutrality

Enlarge/ Net neutrality supporters march past the FCC headquarters before a commission meeting on May 15, 2014.Getty Images | The Washington PostShare this storyThe Federal Communications Commission plan to repeal net neutrality rules depends partly on the argument that antitrust rules can protect consumers and websites from bad behavior by Internet service providers."I think that antitrust and consumer protection authorities stand at the vanguard to make sure that consumers and competition are protected," FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a recent interview with NPR.Pai's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that proposes overturning the rules seeks comment on whether "the existence of antitrust regulations aimed at curbing various forms of anticompetitive conduct" makes the current net neutrality r

a title ii opponent explains why ajit pai’s plan won’t protect net neutrality

Enlarge/ Net neutrality supporters march past the FCC headquarters before a commission meeting on May 15, 2014.Getty Images | The Washington PostShare this storyThe Federal Communications Commission plan to repeal net neutrality rules depends partly on the argument that antitrust rules can protect consumers and websites from bad behavior by Internet service providers."I think that antitrust and consumer protection authorities stand at the vanguard to make sure that consumers and competition are protected," FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a recent interview with NPR.Pai's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking that proposes overturning the rules seeks comment on whether "the existence of antitrust regulations aimed at curbing various forms of anticompetitive conduct" makes the current net neutrality r

cable lobby conducts survey, finds that americans want net neutrality

[email protected] this storyAs US cable companies push to eliminate or change net neutrality rules, the industry's primary lobby group today released the results of a survey that it says shows "strong bipartisan consensus that the government should let the Internet flourish without imposing burdensome regulations."But proponents of keeping the current rules can find plenty to like in the survey conducted by NCTA—The Internet & Television Association. A strong majority of the 2,194 registered American voters in the survey support the current net neutrality rules that prohibit ISPs from blocking, throttling, or prioritizing online content in exchange for payment. While most opposed price regulation, a majority supported an approach in which regulators take action against ISPs on a case-by-case ba

cable lobby conducts survey, finds that americans want net neutrality

[email protected] this storyAs US cable companies push to eliminate or change net neutrality rules, the industry's primary lobby group today released the results of a survey that it says shows "strong bipartisan consensus that the government should let the Internet flourish without imposing burdensome regulations."But proponents of keeping the current rules can find plenty to like in the survey conducted by NCTA—The Internet & Television Association. A strong majority of the 2,194 registered American voters in the survey support the current net neutrality rules that prohibit ISPs from blocking, throttling, or prioritizing online content in exchange for payment. While most opposed price regulation, a majority supported an approach in which regulators take action against ISPs on a case-by-case ba

save 50% on ipvanish vpn while you help save net neutrality

Learn about net neutrality. Do your part. Save on a great VPN.Today is the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality (if you don't know what's going on, read this editorial by Daniel Bader). In order to spread awareness about net neutrality, IPVanish is offering 50% off its VPN plans for today only.VPNs are, of course, about protecting your data, thus they're about protecting your privacy. That isn't just limited to your personal information. You internet provider can view what sort of traffic you produce, and without net neutrality, your speeds could be throttled based on your online activity. Entire sites could be blocked to you simply because of your provider's business interests.You shouldn't be told what you can and cannot see online, and IPVanish wants to help in more ways than one. First

save 50% on ipvanish vpn while you help save net neutrality

Learn about net neutrality. Do your part. Save on a great VPN.Today is the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality (if you don't know what's going on, read this editorial by Daniel Bader). In order to spread awareness about net neutrality, IPVanish is offering its VPN plans for $39/year, a savings of 50% off for today only.VPNs are, of course, about protecting your data, thus they're about protecting your privacy. That isn't just limited to your personal information. You internet provider can view what sort of traffic you produce, and without net neutrality, your speeds could be throttled based on your online activity. Entire sites could be blocked to you simply because of your provider's business interests.You shouldn't be told what you can and cannot see online, and IPVanish wants to help i

save 50% on ipvanish vpn while you help save net neutrality

Learn about net neutrality. Do your part. Save on a great VPN.Today is the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality (if you don't know what's going on, read this editorial by Daniel Bader). In order to spread awareness about net neutrality, IPVanish is offering its VPN plans for $39/year, a savings of 50% off for today only.VPNs are, of course, about protecting your data, thus they're about protecting your privacy. That isn't just limited to your personal information. You internet provider can view what sort of traffic you produce, and without net neutrality, your speeds could be throttled based on your online activity. Entire sites could be blocked to you simply because of your provider's business interests.You shouldn't be told what you can and cannot see online, and IPVanish wants to help i

john oliver asks viewers to flood fcc's website in fight for net neutrality

John Oliver attempted to protect net neutrality for a second time on Sunday's Last Week Tonight, after having first spoken up about the subject three years ago.Net neutrality is the principle that internet service providers should not be able to manipulate or limit the content you consume online. Oliver explained that Trump's new FCC chairman is threatening net neutrality."It seems like the Trump era will basically 'control Z' everything that happened on Obama's watch," said Oliver, adding that he would genuinely not be surprised if Trump went on television to announce he had "personally killed every turkey Obama ever pardoned."Oliver walked viewers through the threats to net neutrality under FCC chair Ajit Pai, who quotes The Big Lebowski and might appear non-threatening but used to work

pressure grows on fcc to kill state consumer protection laws

EnlargeGetty Images | Andrew BrookesShare this storyThe broadband industry is stepping up its attack on states that dare to impose privacy or net neutrality rules on Internet service providers.Mobile industry lobby group CTIA urged the Federal Communications Commission to preempt state laws on privacy and net neutrality in a recent meeting and filing. Comcast and Verizon had already asked the FCC to preempt such laws; CTIA represents AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile USA, Sprint, and other mobile companies.Carriers are urging the FCC to preempt states in the same regulatory proceeding that FCC Chairman Ajit Pai started in order to overturn the commission's net neutrality rules. Pai's proposal to eliminate net neutrality rules could be passed as soon as next month—if carriers get their way, that same

congress invites tech ceos to testify at net neutrality hearing

"A strong consensus is forming across party lines and across industries that it's time for Congress to call a halt on the back-and-forth and set clear net neutrality ground rules for the internet," said Walden, "With almost everyone in agreement about fundamental principles to prevent anti-competitive behavior such as throttling and blocking, I think we are closer than ever to achieving a lasting resolution. The time has come to get everyone to the table and get this figured out."While some of the invitees include companies like Facebook, Alphabet, Netflix and Amazon that took part in the recent Day of Action against the FCC's proposed changes to net neutrality regulations, others, such as Comcast and AT&T have said they back net neutrality but not the Title II classification that was impl

tech ceos haven’t yet agreed to attend house net neutrality hearing

But as Recode reports, none of those companies have agreed to show up at the hearing. The committee initially placed a July 31st deadline on the companies' attendance decisions, but has decided to extend that indefinitely in hopes of getting the CEOs to agree to appear. "The committee has been engaging in productive conversations with all parties and will extend the deadline for response in order to allow for those discussions to continue," a spokesperson told Recode.This spotlight on tech CEOs is making some of them look like they're all talk and no action. Many of their companies participated in the Day of Action earlier this month and in a statement Verizon released that day it said, "We respectfully suggest that real action will involve people coming together to urge Congress to pass n

net neutrality faceoff: congress summons isps and websites to hearing

Enlarge/ Netflix took an active role in fighting for net neutrality rules in 2014.Yuri VictorShare this storyThe biggest websites and the biggest Internet service providers are being summoned to Congress to testify about net neutrality.US Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), chair of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said he is scheduling a full committee hearing titled, "Ground rules for the Internet ecosystem," for September 7. "Today I'm sending formal invitations to the top executives of the leading technology companies including Facebook, Alphabet, Amazon, and Netflix, as well as broadband providers including Comcast, AT&T, Verizon, and Charter Communications, inviting each of them to come and testify before our full Energy and Commerce Committee," Walden said during a Federal Communicat

new fcc chairman: net neutrality rules were a 'mistake'

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission's net neutrality rules, passed two years ago, were a "mistake" that caused uncertainty for the broadband industry, the agency's new chairman said.The net neutrality rules, along with the FCC's decision to reclassify broadband as a regulated common carrier, "deviated" from the U.S. government's longstanding light-touch regulatory approach toward the internet, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said Tuesday at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.Two years after the agency passed its net neutrality rules, "it has become evident that the FCC made a mistake," said Pai, a Republican. "Our new approach injected tremendous uncertainty into the broadband market. And uncertainty is the enemy of growth."Pai suggested that broadband investment is down since the FCC pas

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