Posts tagged: network neutrality

mediageek 29 October 2009: FCC Revisits Network Neutrality

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski is showing no trepidation about jumping in to Network Neutrality, a subject that he advised President Obama on prior to the election. The Commission recently approved a proceeding to create new rules enshrining principles of internet freedom into policy. On this week’s show we discuss the proposed rules and their possible impact.

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mediageek 17 April 2009: Time Warner Cable Folds on Bandwidth Caps

Time Warner Cable threatens to “test” absurdly low bandwidth caps in five more cities, then backs down when the public lets them have it. Also, Chicago’s Streetwise newspaper is having financial trouble.

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mediageek 12 March 2009: Copyright, Net Neutrality & Fairness Doctrine, Oh My!

This week we look at the latest YouTube phenom, Kutiman, and why it’s relevant to the fight for a free, neutral internet. Paul also rants a bit about the Fairness Doctrine non-debate.

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mediageek 29 January 2009: Propsed DTV Delay Gets Delayed

So much has happened–and yet, not happened–in the new year with a new Congress and a new president, that it’s time for a news update. DTV delay gets bogged down in the House, net neutrality-looking stuff is passed in House stimulus package, and Cox Communications announces plans to start messing with customers’ broadband Comcast-style.

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