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Internet Democracy Is Great … in Theory. Just Ask the FCC

THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS Commission says it wants to hear from you about the future of net neutrality. But in opening its virtual doors to the public, it’s also opened them to spammers and trolls, some of whom might have even managed to knock the FCC’s site offline this past week. On the one hand, these problems are mere hassles: The ... Read More »

Legislators Press FCC for Small Business Exemption on Open Internet Regs

Open Internet, perhaps better known as Net Neutrality, has been a hot topic of debate. The Federal Communications Commision (FCC) adopted the new Open Internet rules in February of this year, but gave some small businesses a temporary exemption. But a recent letter from the U.S. House Small Business Committee is asking the FCC to make the exemption permanent. Net ... Read More »

Online Privacy May Be Boosted by New US FCC Data Rules

New privacy rules may make it easier to escape at least some online tracking. The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved rules that require Internet service providers like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to ask customers’ permission to use or share much of their data. That could potentially make it harder for them to build advertising businesses that could serve as ... Read More »

OnePlus 3 Passes Through US FCC Revealing Key Specifications

HIGHLIGHTS OnePlus three seems to have long gone thru FCC certiciation. The telephone is expected to p.c. a 3000mAh battery. it is predicted to be unveiled on June 14. in advance of its rumoured release, the OnePlus 3 has met with numerous leaks. The brand new one comes from the us certiwi-fication web site FCC reafwirelessrming antique leaks, even as ... Read More »

Tech alliance asks the FCC to analyze records cap exceptions

some large names in tech do not consider that the FCC’s net neutrality guidelines do enough to keep netcarriers sincere. a set of dozens of companies and advocacy businesses (inclusive of Etsy, Foursquare, Kickstarter, Mozilla and Reddit) has sent a letter to the FCC asking it to publicly inspect the practice of zeroscore, or exempting services from information caps. even ... Read More »