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TV SHOW: Net Neutrality Discussion Including Comments from Dr. Vint Cerf (“A Father of the Internet”)

Posted in Net Neutrality
Current debate in Congress that the FCC “should leave net neutrality enforcement to antitrust agencies that can bring lawsuits against broadband providers after they see evidence of anti-competitive behavior” as reported by PCWorld. I was part of the panel discussing Net Neutrality on the KERA (Dallas Public TV) broadcast on June 22, 2014 entitled “Net … Continue Reading

VIDEO – FCC’s Authority to Regulation Net Neutrality Pends

Posted in eCommerce, Net Neutrality
Verizon’s challenge to the FCC’s authority to regulate Net Neutrality is still pending in court and many observers expect a ruling against the FCC in January 2014.  The Washington Post reported that one of the three Judges who heard the argument “appeared intent on overturning the regulation” and to make things more complicated, there are … Continue Reading

5th Anniversary of Blogging and Net Neutrality Still Unclear

Posted in eCommerce, Net Neutrality
On August 1, 2008 I started this blog with a discussion about a proposed Net Neutrality law pending in Congress which did not pass, but in 2012 the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) established its Net Neutrality rules called “Preserving the Open Internet, Broadband Industry Practices.” Last year Google announced it would offer its Fiber service in Kansas … Continue Reading

Proposed Net Neutrality Bill in the US Congress

Posted in Net Neutrality
The Internet Freedom and Nondiscrimination Act will required ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to allow interconnection or face antitrust enforcement. In 2008 the proliferation of the Internet and ISPs Congress wants the public to have freedom to select whom they interconnect with. On the other broadband providers have resisted insisting that this type of legislation is … Continue Reading