Category: Internet

With FCC’s net neutrality ruling, the US could lose its lead in online consumer protection

Daniel Valencia- December 15, 2017

By Sascha Meinrath, Director of X-Lab; Palmer Chair in Telecommunications, Pennsylvania State University and Nathalia Foditsch, Ph.D. Student in Law and Communications, American University. Three ... Read More

FCC Votes to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules, a Milestone for Republican Deregulation Push

Daniel Valencia- December 14, 2017

WASHINGTON — Federal regulators voted on Thursday to repeal Obama-era net neutrality rules for internet traffic — a major victory for telecommunications companies and another ... Read More

Is The WikiLeaks Dump Really THAT Bad?

Ruby Stone- March 9, 2017 The fallout from WikiLeaks’ data dump continues. Over at Langley, the CIA is scrambling to control the repercussions from the mass leak, which reveals ... Read More

Obama in favor of net neutrality (editorial cartoon)

Andrew David Cox- November 14, 2014

"Obama in favor of net neutrality." November 14th, 2014. Obama announced earlier this week in a video from the White House that he is in ... Read More

They Fight Big Brother – Counter-Surveillance Success Stories

Ed Lynn- October 14, 2014

Sites Highlight How Opponents of Mass Surveillance Around the World Lead by Example San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has launched, a new site ... Read More

Net Neutrality Debate Heats Up As Senator Calls For Roundtables Outside Of Washington

Ed Lynn- August 17, 2014

Net neutrality laws and the protection of an open and equal Internet are subjects that arouse passions, and some heavyweights have entered the debate recently ... Read More