"NET NEUTRALITY" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 17 items for the tag: NET NEUTRALITY
Bill passed by the House to limit FCC's power with Net Neutrality
The US House of Representatives have passed a bill designed to limit the authority of the FCC to set broadband pricing, but it could be more then that.
Level 3 accuses six unnamed ISPs for slowing down internet traffic
Level 3 hinted that these ISPs can also be found at the bottom of the customer satisfaction survery list.
Netflix blames Comcast for overcharging to access the same net content
Netflix and Comcast exchange accusations over the 'toll' charges for accessing video content from content companies.
Netflix to pay off Verizon too, to prevent content being held hostage
Verizon the latest to force Netflix to pay for better bandwidth.
Netflix inks deal with Comcast for 'faster and more reliable' access
Netflix and Comcast made a deal which is considered to go against Net Neutrality.
Senator looks to regulate data caps, introduces bill
Senator Wyden introduces bill to regulate data caps, net neutrality.
The Netherlands becomes the first country to pass net neutrality law
Net neutrality law has been passed in the Netherlands.
Al Franken believes Comcast is breaking net neutrality rules, sends letter to FCC
Al Franken believes that Comcast is breaking the Net neutrality rules that it had to sign.
Google lifts the censorship curtain on China
But is all as it seems with this move?
US Supreme Court Finally Kills Web Porn Law
Free Speech upheld.
UK Government wants to read your e-mail
Asks ISPs to maintain e-mails for one year.
Australian Gov to begin live pilot of P2P Filters
Ignores the fact that no one else wants them.
Proposed Australian ISP Filters are Security Holes
According to Security Experts.
Australian ISP Filtering may Cause Sex Shop Boom
They will get it from somewhere.
Anti-Censorship group raises $30,000 in a day
Collects 80k+ Signatures.
Child Rights Group calls Web Filtering "Flawed"
Education and Law Enfordment should be improved.
Google's Growth Raises new Privacy Fears
Is Google turning into Big Brother?