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Issue #4: Net Neutrality and “A Series of Tubes”

We explain the importance of net neutrality through the only way we know how, by explaining the Internet as if it were a “series of tubes.”

 

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3 Takeaways: Congress Repeal of Internet Privacy Protections

For the record, I thought WhiteHouse.com was an official White House account.

 

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Why a Court Ruling on Net Neutrality May Have Saved the Internet

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A recent court ruling is great news. That is if you aren’t a major telecommunications conglomerate, which we’re assuming you’re not.

 

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The FCC Expands Its Database for Political Advertising

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Remember kids, any type of political transparency is good transparency. But the most recent FCC ruling is most definitely behind the times.

 

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The System Actually Works: FCC Upholds the Principles of Net Neutrality

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Eminem was wrong guys, the FCC is actually pretty cool!

 

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