Originally coined by law professor Tim Wu, net neutrality is the idea that Internet service providers should treat all data that passes through their systems the same, regardless of its origin or content. It prohibits ISPs from practices like paid prioritization. The Federal Communications Commission imposed net neutrality as official U.S. policy in 2015.
NRA gives FCC chair a rifle for ‘courage’ to end net neutrality
Pai apparently 'saved the internet.'
Mozilla slams the FCC with a lawsuit for repealing net neutrality
The original petition was rejected due to a scheduling technicality.
Activists plan ‘Operation: One More Vote’ to try to save net neutrality
Lawmakers have a bill that would overturn the FCC's decision to rescind net neutrality.
FCC uses old data to claim that repealing net neutrality is improving broadband
The facts don't add up.
YouTuber causes traffic jam outside FCC building to protest net neutrality repeal
If you still don't get net neutrality, this video might help.
Verizon got a big tax break—but don’t expect faster Wi-Fi
The savings won't go toward improving its broadband networks.
Following Montana’s lead, New York signs net neutrality order
The battle for internet equality is just beginning.
Montana enacts net neutrality, provides template for other states to follow
Internet providers in the state won't be allowed to block or throttle websites.
Apple approves controversial net neutrality app after initially rejecting it
Wehe tells you when a mobile carrier is intentionally slowing services.
Senate push to save net neutrality needs one more Republican vote
The Senate's push is gaining momentum.
Senate push to overturn FCC’s net neutrality decision reaches important threshold
30 Senators have signed on to a Resolution of Disapproval under the Congressional Review Act.
Netflix tells FCC ‘we will see you in court’ in the wake of net neutrality repeal
The streaming giant is NOT screwing around.
How internet activists will make net neutrality a 2018 election issue
The fight to save net neutrality continues.