Posts Tagged: Net Neutrality

Net Neutrality and Consumer Privacy

A look at net neutrality and Title II of the Communications Act may be getting a bit deep into the weeds, but the ultimate outcome of the debate will have a profound effect on the way we communicate, do business, and get our entertainment. 1934, the FCC is Born   When President Roosevelt and Congress agreed that communications technology was determined to be an interstate good, and that oversight of the industry was in order, certain elements… Read more »

Net Neutrality: Not a New Concept in Utility Service Delivery

net neutrality

Thanks to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Net Neutrality is a hot topic these days.  Many providers are opposed to the FCC’s effort to ensure open access to the Internet citing rules that they say will hinder their ability to build new infrastructure and improve service delivery. Open Access to Services is Not a New Concept In many states today, you can choose to purchase electricity from competing generating companies to then be delivered to… Read more »