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Net Neutrality

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  • Keep the Internet free and open

    Keep the Internet free and open
    Should the Internet be considered a public utility? How you answer that question will define what role you think federal regulators should play in ensuring that all content, from Netflix programs to Rush Limbaugh podcasts, receives equal treatment by...
  • TV ratings: 'American Idol' 13th season premiere slides

    TV ratings: 'American Idol' 13th season premiere slides
    Fox's long-running "American Idol" continued to show its age with the ratings from its season premiere Wednesday night. The 13th season opener of "American Idol" drew an average 15.2 million viewers overall and earned a rating of 4.7 among key 18- to...
  • Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?

    Oscar nominations out! Is wind finally at Amy Pascal's back?
    After the coffee. Before scrutinizing the Oscar nominations. The Skinny: I got my copy of the new Roger Ailes biography "The Loudest Voice in the Room" and did what any media reporter does when a new book comes out on someone they have covered. I plowed...
  • 'Net neutrality' rules defeat: It's not as scary as it seems

    'Net neutrality' rules defeat: It's not as scary as it seems
    The appeals court ruling Tuesday that rejected most of the Federal Communications Commission's "net neutrality" rules sent a fair number of Internet advocates into panic attacks. But the worst-case scenarios laid out in the media — consumers gouged,...
  • Don't want to waste mobile data? Use the updated Google Chrome app

    Don't want to waste mobile data? Use the updated Google Chrome app
    Google is hoping to lure mobile users to its Chrome browser by rolling out a new feature that reduces the amount of data they waste when they surf the Web. The Silicon Valley-based tech giant announced Wednesday that it is rolling out an update to the...
  • Box giving 50 GB of free cloud storage to users who try new iOS app

    Box giving 50 GB of free cloud storage to users who try new iOS app
    Users seeking significant free cloud storage should download the new Apple iOS version of Box, which is giving away 50 GB of space in the cloud to users who are willing to try out the new app. Box on Wednesday released a redesigned version of its iPhone...
  • Net neutral no more! Charter blasts Time Warner Cable.

    Net neutral no more! Charter blasts Time Warner Cable.
    After the coffee. Before getting ready for American Idol's return. The Skinny: Got caught up in "Gross Pointe Blank" last night. An underrated film! I love the shrink scenes with John Cusack and Alan Arkin. Anyway, Wednesday's roundup includes the...
  • Obama overheard: 'They don't use Facebook anymore'

    Obama overheard: 'They don't use Facebook anymore'
    How unpopular has Facebook become among teenagers and young adults? So much so that even the president knows. President Obama recently sat down with a handful of young adults to talk about how the administration can get more 18-to-34-year-olds to sign...
  • Net neutrality is dead. Bow to Comcast and Verizon, your overlords

    Net neutrality is dead. Bow to Comcast and Verizon, your overlords
    Advocates of a free and open Internet could see this coming, but today's ruling from a Washington appeals court striking down the FCC's rules protecting the open net was worse than the most dire forecasts. It was "even more emphatic and disastrous than...
  • Back to the drawing board on 'net neutrality' rules

    Back to the drawing board on 'net neutrality' rules
    The Federal Communications Commission has struggled for a decade to find a way to preserve what may be the Internet's most important quality: that there are no gatekeepers between users and the websites they frequent. Three successive FCC chairmen have...
  • 'Net neutrality' ruling could be costly for consumers, advocates say

    'Net neutrality' ruling could be costly for consumers, advocates say
    A federal appeals court swept aside government regulations designed to ensure equal access to the Internet, raising the prospects of higher fees for consumers and more barriers for start-ups seeking to compete online. The decision Tuesday could allow...