Net Neutrality Repeal Will Harm Consumers
If you like how your cable and satellite service works, then you’re going to love the internet after the Federal Communications Commission votes to end net neutrality protections on Dec. 14.
By Jeffrey Layne Blevins
FCC’s plans hurt news diversity and competition on local television and online services
Sinclair Broadcast Group's intrusion into local markets is another example of why net neutrality needs to be upheld.
Courts Must Protect Media as Much as KKK
If the Supreme Court allows hate groups to utter hostile words against the government, surely it will guard the rights of journalists to perform their essential role in democratic society.
Tags: Opinion, Donald Trump, First Amendment, Freedom of Press, KKK
FCC’s Privacy Proposal Doesn’t Address ‘Big Data’ Problem
Individuals are not aware of all the types of data being collected about them, how they are categorized and who is using that information to make what decisions.
FCC's Latest Network Neutrality Proposal Not Fair to Consumers
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is proposing new rules for the Internet that have significant implications for how all of us access and pay for content online.
Tags: News Feature, FCC, Network Neutrality
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