Network Neutrality

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    Regulating the Internet “Like a Utility” Won’t Yield an Open Internet – Unless …

    Ed note: This post originally appeared on CommLawBlog. Simply imposing Title II won’t work. [Blogmeister’s Reminder: The views here are those of the author, not necessarily shared by FHH colleagues and clients. Responses are welcome.] Many of the three million (or so) comments in the net neutrality proceeding, based on our own small sample, urge […]

    / Oct 10, 2014 at 1:36 PM
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    New Fast Lane in Open Internet Proceeding

    FCC provides “bulk upload” option for adding even more comments to the million-plus already on file – now who’s going to read them all?

    0 Comments / / Sep 19, 2014 at 4:15 PM
  • Cyberlaw, FCC, Technology

    Just Like Us, Europe Isn’t Sure How to Handle Net Neutrality

    Isn’t it annoying when the YouTube video you’re watching just stops loading right in the middle? Or when your Skype connection suddenly starts sucking in the middle of a video conversation? Well, it turns out that in Europe, sometimes stuff like that doesn’t happen accidentally. Internet Service Providers intentionally “throttle” certain kinds of web traffic. […]

    14 Comments / / Apr 21, 2011 at 1:32 PM