Nov 22 2017
The so-called net neutrality rules prevent broadband companies from slowing down or blocking any sites or apps. As has been discussed for months, if the new proposal is accepted by the FCC, broadband internet service will cease being subjected to Title II regulations and will return to an information service classification rather than a telecommunications one.
With three Republican and two Democratic commissioners, the move is all but certain to be approved.
In May, the FCC approved Pai's proposal to review the Open Internet order passed under the previous U.S. government in 2015, which laid down a number of rules for ISPs aimed at ensuring net neutrality.
Under the proposal, the FCC's rules would pre-empt state or local regulations that impose net neutrality requirements on broadband providers, a senior FCC official said. Pai, a Republican, set a December 14 vote on overturning rules adopted by the FCC in 2015, saying he wants to move away from "heavy-handed, utility-style regulations upon the internet".
Under current laws, internet service providers must treat all internet content equally.
Supporters of net neutrality have argued that an end to the regulations will prompt big internet service providers to raise prices for favored, revenue-generating content such as new movies while slowing or eliminating access to less-favored and typically free material.
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Consumers Union called the proposal "an enormous loss for consumers" that "would give internet service providers more power and control over the websites we can visit".
"The most-hated and worst-rated companies will be free to block, throttle and discriminate against your speech on the internet if Trump's FCC chairman gets his way", Wood said. Nearly six out of 10 Americans favor keeping the current regulations, while only 16 percent said they wanted to overturn net neutrality, according to a phone survey from Consumer Reports. "Instead, the FCC would simply require Internet service providers to be transparent about their practices so that consumers can buy the service plan that's best for them and entrepreneurs and other small businesses can have the technical information they need to innovate".
Netflix also said that they didn't support the FCC.
"The FCC's net neutrality rules are working well for consumers, and we're disappointed in the proposal released today", Google said in a statement. He said earlier this year "people tell me that they want fast, affordable and reliable internet access".
The days of net neutrality are numbered.
"The FTC stands ready to protect broadband subscribers from anticompetitive, unfair, or deceptive acts and practices just as we protect consumers in the rest of the Internet ecosystem", Ohlhausen said in a statement Tuesday.
Nov 21 2017
Harrison Ford helps rescue woman after crash
They headed over to the scene to help, and along with others, they were able to help the woman out of the auto . Together, they were able to help get the woman out of the vehicle as they waited for paramedics to arrive.
Nov 20 2017
Game recap: New Orleans Saints 34, Washington Redskins 31 in OT
In the fourth, the Saints got within 8 before Washington mounted yet another long touchdown drive, extending the lead to 31-16. The Saints picked up four first downs in eight plays, marching 75 yards down the field for a touchdown.
Nov 19 2017
David Luiz Back in Chelsea Team After Antonio Conte Froze Him Out
The Premier League champions will lock horns with West Bromwich Albion on Saturday afternoon. Now he's a young player, but he's a Chelsea player and an important Chelsea player".
Nov 18 2017
Apple's HomePod Smart Speaker Delayed Until 2018
All that being said "early 2018" is also quite the vague target date; hopefully we won't have to wait beyond January or February. Amazon created Alexa for the Echo, and the virtual assistant has gone on to be the big breakout tech star of 2017.
Nov 17 2017
Lamborghini donates special vehicle to Pope Francis. What he's doing with it
One of the Fiat 500s that carried Pope Francis around NY during his USA visit fetched a reported $300,000 from a philanthropist. Lamborghini made a sports vehicle especially for Pope Francis-but it seems he's going to stick with the popemobile.
Nov 14 2017
Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's record-breaking $105 billion takeover attempt (AVGO, QCOM)
Another tactic Broadcom could use is to nominate directors for Qualcomm's board ahead of the company's annual general meeting in 2018.
Nov 13 2017
Strong 7.3 Magnitude Earthquake Jolts Western Iran, Damages Villages
An natural disaster of magnitude 7.2 has hit the border region between Iran and Iraq, the US Geological Survey ( USGS ) says. Extensive damage has also been reported in countless villages , which have also seen telecommunication and power outages.
Nov 12 2017
Morocco qualifies for Russian Federation 2018 after defeating Ivory Coast 2-0
DR Congo were the only team still with a chance to catch Tunisia, but they fell short despite a late 3-1 win over Guinea. Senegal qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 2002 on Friday after defeating South Africa 2-0 .
Nov 12 2017
Internet giant Alibaba kicks off Singles' Day shopping bonanza with a bang
E-commerce giant Alibaba on Saturday kicked off its ninth edition of the 11.11 Global Shopping Festival, its annual sales event. There were 256,000 payment transactions processed per second by Alipay, Alibaba's Alizila news website reported.
Nov 10 2017
Ezekiel Elliott suspended again; Could miss three divisional matchups
Elliott will now miss games against the Falcons, Eagles, Chargers, Redskins, Giants, and Raiders. If there are no further interruptions, Elliott will be out until Week 16.
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