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The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible

Read this guide to about Net Neutrality and what will happen if Net Neutrality is lost. Here are pros and cons of Net Neutrality.

Not one consumer wants to end net neutrality. This is a corporate takeover of the FCC and Republicans in government.

Republicans have no idea, nor do they give a f*ck, about net neutrality and how ISPs can control or throttle content to force you to but their services, or watch third party sites at slower.

States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in 2018 testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this (Karl Bode/Techdirt)   Karl Bode / Techdirt: States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in 2018 testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this  Numerous states say they'll be crafting their own net neutrality protections in the wake of the FCC's recent vote to dismantle the rules…

States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this

San Jose-based Energous which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away says the FCC has approved its product set for debut at CES (Andrew Tarantola/Engadget)    Andrew Tarantola / Engadget: San Jose-based Energous which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away says the FCC has approved its product set for debut at CES  Charging your mobile device wirelessly is certainly less of a hassle than plugging it in but still requires the device…

San Jose-based Energous, which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away, says the FCC has approved its product, set for debut at CES

I know this isn’t Art but this is something really important. The FCC votes Dec 14 whether or not to keep net neutrality.

The FCC votes Dec 14 whether or not to keep net neutrality.

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans and That's Awesome

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans and That's Awesome

The FCC Just Approved Broadband Subsidies for Low-Income Americans

On Thursday, the government is expected to propose new net neutrality rules that would treat the internet more like a public utility. According to several reports, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's proposal will reclassify broadband as a telecommunications service under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. This is great news—if true.

It's Finally Game Time for Net Neutrality

FCC Mysteriously Lost Hundreds of Thousands Net Neutrality Comments

America will fall behind every other country in the world because this will decimate our small business industry and take earnings and money directly from the lower and middle classes.

I've signed a crapton of petitions for net neutrality. (I have hybrid online classes.

Cox Details Gigabit Internet Rollout BY ANGELA MOSCARITOLO MAY 23, 2014 Cox will roll out gigabit Internet in Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Omaha this year, and everywhere else by 2016.

Cox Details Gigabit Internet Rollout

FCC Proposes 'Strongest Ever' Net Neutrality Plan The FCC will reclassify broadband (mobile and wireline) as a telecom service, and step into the inter-connection debate.

ARTICLE: "This giant re-allocation of radio waves is being called the broadcast incentive auction by the FCC. In 2008, the FCC raised $19.1 billion in a similar auction, which created the groundwork for 4G LTE and led to AT&T and Verizon’s cellular dominance for the next several years. Just last year, the FCC raised a record-setting $45 billion from bidders..." March 28th, 2016 http://gizmodo.com/why-you-should-care-about-the-fcc-spectrum-auction-1767717579

Why You Should Care About The FCC Spectrum Auction

Why Inflight Wi-Fi Sucks and Is Getting More Expensive—And How It Might Get Better [Internet]

From AT&T To Verizon: What The Web’s Biggest Players Told The FCC About Net Neutrality

The chance for the public — individuals, consumer advocates, and businesses alike — to have their say on the FCC’s proposed net neutrality rule is finally coming to an end.

The Senates push to overrule the FCC on net neutrality now has 50 votes just 1 vote short to restore net neutrality

The Senates push to overrule the FCC on net neutrality now has 50 votes just 1 vote short to restore net neutrality

FCC Net Neutrality Controversy http://bgr.com/2014/05/09/fcc-net-neutrality-controversy/

The FCC can’t handle all the net neutrality calls it’s getting, urges people to write emails instead

But What Does Net Neutrality Mean, Anyway? Great infographic explaining net netrality from Paste Mag

But What Does Net Neutrality Mean, Anyway?

But What Does Net Neutrality Mean, Anyway? infographic explaining net netrality from Paste Mag

Senator says she will vote to restore net neutrality (One senator away from overturning the FCC vote)

GOP senator says shell vote to restore net neutrality rules

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