Wheelering and Dealing at the FCC

If net neutrality is eliminated, then large, established content providers with ample cash will buy access to a privileged “fast lane” on the Internet. Smaller websites and new applications will not have the same access, and will be stuck in the “slow lane.” The era of lean start-ups driving innovation...

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Sept. 9 Could Mark the Beginning of the End for Net Neutrality

Josh Levy Save the Internet http://www.savetheinternet.com/blog/2013/09/09/sept-9-could-mark-beginning-end-net-neutrality Sept. 9 is the next front in the long-running battle over what we can do and say online. That’s the day Verizon will face the Federal Communications Commission in court over the agency’s Net Neutrality protections, which the company wants to overturn. If Verizon gets...

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