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Not This Time?
According to the FCC’s Chairman, lawsuits will not beat ‘net Neutrality this time (again proving how inane this entire exercise is/was in and as far as why wasn’t America’s ‘next access determined as a Public Utility months/years ago?)
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Despite the expected legal backlash from AT&T and Verizon regarding the FCC’s ‘net Neutrality ruling, let’s hope that they can actually act as an independent authority and hold their ground versus caving to political pressure and partisan politics.
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Public outcry over Verizon’s super cookies (i.e., their end-user tracking ability) has resulted in the firm agreeing to end using said technology… which illustrates (at least) two issues: one) America’s General Public can have an impact (when taking civic duty … Continue reading
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