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140 U.S. Internet Providers Disconnect Persistent File-Sharers | TorrentFreak.
As the article points out, it is really a very small percentage of people impacted. However, what are the implications of this when, as I have experienced, you walk into an establishment to seek employment and they reply “we only take applications online”? Furthermore, should we not have a fundamental problem with the fact that there is no judicial decision made in the process what-so-ever? Add to it, the competency of those who are making the accusations. Such organizations have actually
accused network printers of being file sharers. Continue reading “140 U.S. Internet Providers Disconnect Persistent File-Sharers | TorrentFreak”
I just caught this headline and had to post it. Here is a short quote form the article:
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler isn’t abandoning his proposal to let ISPs charge Web services for access to Internet “ fast lanes.”
But he will ask the public whether Internet service should be reclassified as a
common carrier service, and whether paid prioritization deals should be banned, the Wall Street Journalreported last night.
While it is not a victory, it does show some potential. I wonder if they are ever going to consider the same basic
consumer rights for cell phones?
FCC Chairman to Reword Net Neutrality Proposal (phonescoop.com) FCC chair updates proposed broadband rules after criticism, seeks comment on reclassification http://t.co/XscBYPabIy http://t.co/VznWwvjjKQ (online.wsj.com)
A Primer: Just What Is Net Neutrality – and Why All the Fuss? (billmoyers.com)