133 posts and columns on Net neutrality
News Bytevoted to keep in place the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, blocking a Republican-backed resolution that would have overturned them. The Senate voted 46-52 against the resolution, saving the White House the bother of vetoing it.
News Byteit will veto a Congressional resolution seeking to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules, arguing that it would “undermine a fundamental part of the nation’s Open Internet and innovation strategy.” The pledge comes ahead of an expected Thursday Senate vote on a bill quarterbacked by Texas Republican Kay Bailey Hutchinson, which would repeal rules passed by the FCC last December intended to ensure that the Internet remains a free and open technology by allowing for some government regulation of it.
One of these speakers is not like the others, one of these speakers just doesn’t belong…but the fourth-day hangover crowd at SXSW Interactive came out in force to see longtime media executive Barry Diller speak at the Austin Convention Center this morning.