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AT&T, Comcast don't want community broadband networks

AT&T and Comcast don’t want local governments creating Internet networks for their taxpayers...

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GOP pushes delay of Internet power transfer

House Republicans are pushing the Senate to delay the Obama administration's plan for relinquishing America's oversight role over the Internet.

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Net-Neutrality Proposal Faces Public Backlash

The agency has received more than 677,000 comments so far on its proposed rules for how broadband providers...

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NCTA: FCC Must Reject Alarmist Calls for Title II

The sky is not falling, Internet-wise, and regulators should act accordingly when it comes to imposing any new network neutrality regs...

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Tech giants push feds on Internet traffic fights

A trade group representing giants in the tech industry — including Google, Facebook and Netflix — is asking regulators...

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Phoenix Center Roundtable Features Critics of Net Neutrality Urging Fellow Critics to Make Voices Heard

At an informal Phoenix Center roundtable on Tuesday, June 24, Federal Communications Commissioner Michael O’Rielly criticized...

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Dotcom Fairness Doctrine Specter Raised in Hill Hearing

The House Judiciary Committee has put itself squarely in the middle of the network neutrality debate, asserting its jurisdiction...

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U.S. mayors call on FCC to maintain net neutrality, no to fast lanes

U.S. mayors led by San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee adopted a resolution in support of net neutrality and called on White House...

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ISPs Punch Up Their Defense Against Title II

Fast-forward to 2014 and the threat has returned. Cable operators and other ISPs are practically falling over themselves promising...

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Lawmakers push quick passage of anti-Web tax bill

Members of both parties and both chambers are pushing congressional leaders to move swiftly on a bill to ban taxes on...

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