Archive for April 8th, 2010

by jhwygirl

My reading time has been limited lately, but I’ve not seen much about the federal appeals court ruling Tuesday that stopped the FCC from regulating or overseeing broadband internet.

PBS has a YouTube posted:

Obama has maintained that the internet should be ensured its neutrality. The FCC was working on regulation. This now places the task in legislator’s hands. The ruling wasn’t all that bad – it said our laws have not kept pace with technology – and broadband has yet to be addressed.

People of all persuasions – liberals and conservatives, progressives, libertarians, gays, lesbians, catch-and-release only, even Rehberg fans – all should have an interest in keeping the internet free from corporate control over what information you can and can’t access.

Wired breaks it down to some of the many situations that can occur.

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