Tag: net neutrality

Save The Date: Internet-Wide Day Of Action February 27

The FCC is repealing net neutrality, but we can stop them by using the Congressional Review Act (CRA). Get ready for Operation: #OneMoreVote, a major Internet-wide day of action, Tuesday, February 27, to secure the final vote needed to pass…

Net Neutrality – be careful what you wish for

As retribution for Martin Geddes and in the name of “what goes around comes around” for Google, in the irony of ironies, it is now AT&T claiming Google¬† is violating Net Neutrality laws. Tell me you didn’t see that coming.…

AP says Cox is blocking too

According this AP story, Cox is interfering with file-sharing applications used by their customers just like Comcast was. A study based on the participation of 8,175 Internet users around the world found conclusive signs of blocked file-sharing connections only at…

Obama Promises Net Neutrality

According to ExtemeVoIP, presidential candidate Barack Obama has committed to supporting network neutrality. If elected to the White House next year, he says he will impose network neutrality mandates on broadband providers such as AT&T and Comcast. Obama said, if…

Blocking without blocking

Andy reports of a situation where CallVantage won’t work with Verizon FIOS,. This appears to be a case where the ActionTec router has a “technical incompatibility” that is of course, unintentional, according to Verizon’s PR representative. Andy is pretty sanguine…

Net neutrality – Circa 1996

The The Progress and Freedom Foundation, as Marty Kaplan calls it “a corporate-funded fake think tank” has come out against Net neutrality. They say “Net neutrality is, in fact, the theft of property rights from [broadband] infrastructure providers.” Gee, seems…