"According to FCC emails disclosed by Gizmodo, the agency intentionally spread lies to gain sympathy for the net neutrality repeal." Writes Chief Technical Officer Alon Ganon. Follow Alon on Twitter at @ChiefGyk.
"This is the same kind of asinine bullshit politicians say about violent video games causing school shootings. Being a person who grew up playing these violent games politicians raved about and also being an individual watching the porn they say
In the wake of the FCC’s decision in late December to roll back a series of Obama era internet regulations (commonly referred to as net neutrality), Representative Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) has introduced a bill in Congress entitled the Open Internet
Allow me to pre-face this a bit. I apologize for this being such a large article, as there is a lot to discuss. The Internet is a marvelous thing isn’t it? I have had the privilege of being raised in a
Being the CTO of Being Libertarian, an IT contractor, and a network administrator, I've been asked a lot about my views regarding Net Neutrality. Normally, I would say the government needs to leave the internet completely unregulated. However, much like
On July 15th, 2017, Being Libertarian published “Why Net Neutrality is a Necessity.” It made the case that net neutrality is a libertarian policy. This is, of course, wrong. Net neutrality is not a libertarian policy for one simple reason: it
Net neutrality allows smaller businesses to rise in the ranks of the current ISP market without having to compete with strong monopolies that dominate society. Net neutrality as a concept is inherently libertarian, as it ensures freedom from censorship, as
Net neutrality has found its way back into the headlines this week, with the recently-appointed US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman, Ajit Pai, initiating proceedings to possibly roll back the measure. Pai, a longtime critic of the regulation, has proposed a