Competitive conduct moving forward, on the eve of the end of US' net neutrality rules

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Senate Approves Bill to Restore Net Neutrality Rules

- democracynow.org
13 Jun 2018
The Senate voted narrowly Wednesday to reverse the FCC's repeal of net neutrality rules, in a victory for advocates of the open internet. The Senate bill would reimpose rules barring internet service providers from stopping or slowing down the delivery of websites, and would bar companies from charging extra fees for high-quality streaming video. Wednesday's 52-47 ...

The US ruling elite escalates campaign of internet censorship

13 Jun 2018
The ending of net neutrality has been met with overwhelming popular opposition. According to a poll by the University of Maryland's Program for Public Consultation, 83 percent of American voters opposed the FCC's moves to end net neutrality. When the FCC opened the measure for public comment, 98.5 percent of individual respondents were hostile.
- wsws.org

Four ways to survive the end of net neutrality

- fastcompany.com
13 Jun 2018
As of today, federal net neutrality protections, which basically prohibit internet service providers from giving preferential treatment to certain websites, are no more. They essentially were killed on December 14, 2017, when the FCC voted to turn back the clock and restore the unregulated status quo that existed long before the agency's 2015 Open Internet Order . As a ...

How Will the Repeal of Net Neutrality Impact Artists

13 Jun 2018
"ISPs (Tier 3) should be thought of as 'common carriers,' like electricity," Corinna Kirsch, a PHD Candidate in Art History and Media Arts at Stony Brook College, wrote over email. (Full disclosure: Kirsch also worked as a blogger with me at Art F City for several years.) The ISP Tier system Kirsch refers to breaks down the internet delivery system into three segments: ...
- hyperallergic.com

United States repeals net neutrality rules

- scroll.in
13 Jun 2018
The United States on Monday officially repealed the rules governing net neutrality, The New York Times reported. The Federal Communications Commission, a United States agency that regulates communication through radio, television, wire, satellite and cable, had taken the decision in December 2017.
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