Tag: net neutrality

“Hope” for Net Neutrality?

President Obama’s statement calling on the FCC to implement the strongest possible net neutrality regulations is significant for many reasons, including what it signals about citizen engagement in communications regulation and the politics of media policy.

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SOPA: Just Say NOPA

Whatever you’ve been doing on the internet in the last few weeks, chances are you ran across something about SOPA. And for good reason—SOPA might just be the most dangerous internet legislation the US government has ever considered.

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What We Talk About When We Talk About Net Neutrality

Despite its reputation as a wonky and bewildering issue, net neutrality actually boils down to a pretty simple principle of openness and nondiscrimination. It’s important to point out, then, that a lot of those who are talking about “net neutrality” these days aren’t actually talking about this.

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Business as Usual

It’s worthwhile thinking about the Blackberry investigations and Google/Verizon plan for the future of net neutrality in connection with each another because they tell us a lot about trends in information policy and practice.

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