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Net Neutrality Fast Facts

By Russ Choma OpenSecrets.org February 27, 2015   Net Neutrality Fast Facts   The Federal Communications Commission just approved new rules that allow it to regulate the Internet like a utility, establishing net neutrality. But only for now. The move has some very powerful opponents, starting with the cable and telecom companies  — companies that […]

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Everyone Except Sprint Customers, Rejoice: You Can Start Unlocking Your Mobile Phone This Week

By Kate Cox Consumerist February 9, 2015   Everyone Except Sprint Customers, Rejoice: You Can Start Unlocking Your Mobile Phone This Week     It’s been in years of back-and-forth legal limbo, but late last year cell phone unlocking in the U.S. became well and truly legal. Likewise, the wireless industry’s voluntary plan for phone […]


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FCC Approves Experiments for Next-Gen Telephone Network

  Source: http://www.occupycorporatism.com By Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism FCC Approves Experiments for Next-Gen Telephone Network     The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has unanimously agreed to implement trials wherein telecommunications corporations can switch their current mode of service to circuit-switch technology (CST). These experiments will show how better to determine laws and regulations of this […]


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NSA Leak Vindicates AT&T Whistleblower

Source: http://libertycalling.net By Judy Morris NSA Leak Vindicates AT&T Whistleblower Today’s revelations that the National Security Agency collected bulk data on the email traffic of millions of Americans provides startling evidence for the first time to support a whistleblower’s longstanding claims that AT&T was forwarding global internet traffic to the government from secret rooms inside […]