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American Civil Liberties Union – It Was Close, But We Won: Viva Net Neutrality!

Yeah for Net Neu­tral­ity, boo for my State Sen­a­tor being the one who intro­duced this resolution.

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Ars Technica – Verizon sues to halt FCC’s net neutrality rules

How about the uncer­tainty for busi­nesses to know if next month they’ll have to pay fees to not have their sites arbi­trar­ily slowed down?

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Huffington Post – U.S. House Ignores Internet Reality, Again

If it wasn’t so frus­trat­ing you have to almost admire Repub­li­cans abil­ity to ignore their own experts or exam­ples when legislating.

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Uh Oh, Internet: Basic Mobile Video Will be YouTube-Only With MetroPCS Plans

Remem­ber those Net Neu­tral­ity rules the FCC voted on a few weeks ago, this is exactly the loop­hole that every­one feared.

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A Guide to the Open Internet

Just in case you need a good solid pointer to over the hol­i­day breaks as to why Net Neu­tral­ity is impor­tant and what it really means.

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A VC – A Net Neutrality Case Study

If we don’t have basic rules of inter­net access and free­doms, offline com­plaints influ­ence online access.

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