States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in 2018 testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this (Karl Bode/Techdirt)   Karl Bode / Techdirt: States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in 2018 testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this  Numerous states say they'll be crafting their own net neutrality protections in the wake of the FCC's recent vote to dismantle the rules…

States including New York will attempt their own net neutrality legislation in testing a provision in the FCC's order that bans states from doing this

San Jose-based Energous which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away says the FCC has approved its product set for debut at CES (Andrew Tarantola/Engadget)    Andrew Tarantola / Engadget: San Jose-based Energous which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away says the FCC has approved its product set for debut at CES  Charging your mobile device wirelessly is certainly less of a hassle than plugging it in but still requires the device…

San Jose-based Energous, which is developing wireless charging tech that works from three feet away, says the FCC has approved its product, set for debut at CES

There's still some stuff you just can't find online, and federal regulators want to know why.

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible

The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible - There's still some stuff you just can't find online and federal regulators want to know why. The post The FCC Wants to Make Cord-Cutting As Painless As Possible appeared first on WIRED.

Cox Details Gigabit Internet Rollout BY ANGELA MOSCARITOLO MAY 23, 2014 Cox will roll out gigabit Internet in Phoenix, Las Vegas, and Omaha this year, and everywhere else by 2016.

Cox Details Gigabit Internet Rollout

What Is Broadband? 25 Mbps, FCC Says. Now that broadband has been redefined, go over and look at that Century Link high speed internet up to 20 Mbps ad again and tell me that's broadband.

Responses from nine ISPs show few firm commitments to not block throttle or prioritize certain data after FCC repeals net neutrality rules (Jacob Kastrenakes/The Verge)   Jacob Kastrenakes / The Verge: Responses from nine ISPs show few firm commitments to not block throttle or prioritize certain data after FCC repeals net neutrality rules  Lots of talk little promise  The FCC voted to put an end to net neutrality giving internet providers free rein to deliver service at their own discretion…

Responses from nine ISPs show few firm commitments to not block, throttle, or prioritize certain data after FCC repeals net neutrality rules

How a Koch brothers-backed campaign against KentuckyWired a public-private project to build statewide fiber network energized Louisville to back the project (Susan Crawford/Wired)    Susan Crawford / Wired: How a Koch brothers-backed campaign against KentuckyWired a public-private project to build statewide fiber network energized Louisville to back the project  THE THREE REPUBLICAN commissioners now in power at the FCC voted this week to erase the agency's legal authority…

How a Koch brothers-backed campaign against KentuckyWired, a public-private project to build statewide fiber network, energized Louisville to back the project

Google and Netflix are considering an all-out PR blitz against the FCC's net neutrality plan

Google and Netflix are considering an all-out PR blitz against the FCC’s net neutrality plan

More bad news for the Federal Communications Commission: It looks like the coalition that came together to kill the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) might be getting back together to rally against its proposed new net neutrality rules.

The FCC Cited Zero of the 22 Million Consumer Comments in its 218-Page Net Neutrality Repeal: "Despite the millions of comments letters and calls received this Order cites not even one consumer comment."

The Looming Net Neutrality Fight Is Looking Damn Good for Democrats

The FCC just voted to gut net neutrality rules, letting Internet providers like Verizon and Comcast control what we can see and do online with new fees, throttling, and censorship. But we can still get Congress to stop this—by passing a "Resolution of Disapproval" to overturn the FCC vote. We can win. Write and call Congress now! Dec. 2017

The FCC just voted to gut net neutrality rules, letting Internet providers like Verizon and Comcast control what we can see and do online with new fees, throttling, and censorship. But we can still get Congress to stop this—by passing a "Resolution of Disapproval" to overturn the FCC vote. We can win. Write and call Congress now! Dec. 2017

While all the major online companies you'd expect to be in favour of net neutrality have indeed been fighting the good fight since the beginning, America's other big companies have (mostly) been sitting on the sidelines trying not to piss anyone off. However, behind the scenes, it turns out that a surprising group of corporate giants have secretly been petitioning the FCC.

Report: Corporate Giants Like Visa and Ford Support Net Neutrality

FCC Mysteriously Lost Hundreds of Thousands Net Neutrality Comments

A coalition of state attorneys general led by the New York AG pledge to sue the FCC for repealing net neutrality rules (Tony Romm/Recode)   Tony Romm / Recode: A coalition of state attorneys general led by the New York AG pledge to sue the FCC for repealing net neutrality rules  States like Washington and New York are gearing up to fight the FCC's recent repeal  The United States is about to go to war with itself over net neutrality.  http://ift.tt/2o9EAWm

A coalition of state attorneys general, led by the New York AG, pledges to sue the FCC for repealing net neutrality rules

FCC Net Neutrality Controversy http://bgr.com/2014/05/09/fcc-net-neutrality-controversy/

The FCC can’t handle all the net neutrality calls it’s getting, urges people to write emails instead

The FCC is about to axe-murder net neutrality. Don't get mad – get even The former cable and wireless industry lobbyist Tom Wheeler is re-writing rules in favor of the telecom giants – not you, me or the internet. Here's what you can do to stop him

The FCC is about to axe-murder net neutrality. Don't get mad – get even

The FCC is about to axe-murder net neutrality. Don't get mad – get even The former cable and wireless industry lobbyist Tom Wheeler is re-writing rules in favor of the telecom giants – not you, me or the internet.

The FCC, voted to dismantle landmark ''net neutrality'' rules last week.

The FCC, voted to dismantle landmark ''net neutrality'' rules last week.

From AT&T To Verizon: What The Web’s Biggest Players Told The FCC About Net Neutrality

The chance for the public — individuals, consumer advocates, and businesses alike — to have their say on the FCC’s proposed net neutrality rule is finally coming to an end.

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