The ruling is a significant victory for Comcast , which had been involved in a dispute with the FCC over network filtering of P2P filesharing software.
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McCain's internet policy is the product of a team of advisors that gives lip service to consumers, but when the rubber meets the road, it's the corporations that get most of the goodies.
FCC Commissioner McDowell suggests that any FCC decision that supports Net Neutrality -- the idea that the Internet must be free and open -- is somehow tantamount to government regulation of content.
Nobody should confuse "groundbreaking precedent" with an adequate solution to the problem of broadband service providers using their bottleneck powers to pick winners and losers on the Internet.
The Federal Communications Commission acknowledges that Comcast, the nation's largest cable company, paid people to attend last week's public meeting ...
How big are the stakes in the so-called network neutrality debate now raging before Congress and federal regulators?
Consider this: One side in the d...
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