Posts Categorized: Net Neutrality

FCC Votes on “Net Neutrality” – Here’s Our Position

The FCC voted today on a set of “Net Neutrality” rules. In my opinion, there’s been more hype than reasoned discussion about the principles up for discussion today in Washington. My dad used to say that “a good compromise leaves everybody mad.” Tech pundits on all sides of the issue — and trust me, there’s… Read more »

The FCC’s Vision of Net Neutrality: Time Warner Cable’s Official Response

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski gave a speech today that outlined his vision of Net Neutrality in an attempt to clarify what has been a polarized, and confusing debate. From the New York Times: In a speech he plans to give Wednesday in Washington, Julius Genachowski, the F.C.C. chairman, will outline a framework for broadband Internet… Read more »

Expert Advice: Broadband Internet Technical Advisory Group

Sometimes if you ask enough smart people what they think you actually get good ideas.  And when enough smart people are sharing lots of good ideas, there’s even the chance that those ideas will turn into solutions that benefit all of us.  Something like that is behind the recent announcement of a Broadband Internet Technical… Read more »

Statement from Time Warner Cable on FCC v. Comcast Ruling

In case you hadn’t heard, a federal court ruled against the FCC in a Net Neutrality case that may have some effect on how the government implements its broadband plan and regulates the Internet in general. From the LA Times: The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled that the FCC lacks… Read more »