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  • / Technology

    A court ruling threatens the equal treatment of all web traffic

    Backers of an open Internet lost a battle this week but may be in better position to win the war, as a court decision against the FCC spurs the push for government action to keep the web free of use restrictions, experts say.

    Posted 04/09/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Backers of an open Internet lost a battle this week but may be in better position to win the war, as a court decision against the FCC spurs the push for government action to keep the web free of use restrictions, experts say.
  • / Technology

    Network neutrality stays alive in the Senate

    A Senate committee vote that ended in a tie is a far cry from the overwhelming defeat in the House. Now proponents and critics rally to face an uncertain path moving forward.

    Posted 06/29/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A Senate committee vote that ended in a tie is a far cry from the overwhelming defeat in the House. Now proponents and critics rally to face an uncertain path moving forward.
  • / Technology

    House bypasses `network neutrality` in passage of video services bill

    The U.S. House of Representatives voted yesterday to pass a video services bill without a controversial clause intended to protect the independence of the Internet from major telecommunications companies.

    Posted 06/09/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The U.S. House of Representatives voted yesterday to pass a video services bill without a controversial clause intended to protect the independence of the Internet from major telecommunications companies.
  • New congressional efforts weigh into network neutrality issue

    Although a provision to protect the open nature of the Internet was recently voted out of a telecommunications bill, H.R. 5252, in the U.S. House Committee on Commerce and Energy, the so-called “network neutrality” issue is far from dead. The House and Senate judiciary committees are sounding off their concerns, the Federal Trade Commission wants to get more directly involved, and new, stronger legislation written to protect network neutrality is...

    Posted 05/31/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Although a provision to protect the open nature of the Internet was recently voted out of a telecommunications bill, H.R. 5252, in the U.S. House Committee on Commerce and Energy, the so-called “network neutrality” issue is far from dead. The House and Senate judiciary committees are sounding…
  • / Press Release

    Broadband Prices Still Too High for Many U.S. Dial-up Consumers, Says Yankee Group

    Survey respondents also find the variety of high-speed alternatives indistinguishable BOSTON - MARCH 23, 2004 The Yankee Group report, "2003 TAF Survey Findings Highlight the Consumer Market`s Competitive Challenges," finds that U.S. consumers are struggling to distinguish between high-speed Internet options. While interest in high-speed services is still growing, dial-up consumers remain highly price-sensitive. Only 17 percent of consumers say...

    Posted 03/24/2004

    Survey respondents also find the variety of high-speed alternatives indistinguishable BOSTON - MARCH 23, 2004 The Yankee Group report, "2003 TAF Survey Findings Highlight the Consumer Market`s Competitive Challenges," finds that U.S. consumers are struggling to distinguish between high-speed…

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