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FCC Facing Yet Another Net Neutrality Related Lawsuit

CenturyLink filed a lawsuit against the FCC, making it the seventh company to charge the commission on the issue of net neutrality. Filed in the Washington DC Court of Appeals, the lawsuit almost mirrors the exact language of the one filed by USTelecom.

Internet Culture April 20, 2015

FCC Clarifies Stance On Broadband And Net Neutrality

The FCC has sent its ruling on net neutrality for publication in the Federal Register. Opposing parties are allowed to challenge the filing once it is formally published.

Internet April 4, 2015

MWC 2015: FCC's Tom Wheeler Defends Net Neutrality In Keynote Speech

Tom Wheeler spoke at Mobile World Congress, defending the FCC's rules to regulate the Internet under Title II. He argued the case in front of a number of mobile executives.

Internet March 4, 2015

6 Things You Need To Know About The FCC's Net Neutrality Vote

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is finally voting on Net Neutrality today. Here are six key things you need to know about the landmark vote.

Internet February 26, 2015

Net Neutrality Debate Heats Up Again With Both Sides Raring To Go

The arguments have not stopped pouring left and right as Feb. 26 draws near. On this day, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on its third and hopefully final set of net neutrality rules.

Internet February 19, 2015

Net Neutrality Battle Could Take Longer Than Expected

A vote pertaining to net neutrality is set to take place later this month. While many expect this to finally put an end to the battle for an open Internet, the road ahead could be a long one.

Internet February 11, 2015

FCC Chief on Net Neutrality: No Blocking, No Throttling, No Paid Prioritization

Despite reports of Tom Wheeler's opposition to President Obama's strong stance on net neutrality, the FCC chairman says they are actually 'headed to the same goals.'

Internet January 8, 2015

AT&T Pulls Back On Fiber Plan Citing Net Neutrality Debate

AT&T threatens to scale down its expansion of fiber optic Internet, due to the uncertainty surrounding potential new Internet legislation. It's a measure of prudence, says AT&T's CEO.

Business Tech November 12, 2014

FCC's 'hybrid approach' to Net neutrality might become a thorny issue

The FCC is reportedly looking to partly regulate Internet service providers as public utilities. In spite of the proposal's tougher stance on ISPs, it is certain to draw criticism from Net neutrality advocates.

Business November 2, 2014

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