Access from AT&T SNAP Internet Discount

As a condition of the approval of the AT&T and DirecTV merger, the FCC mandated that AT&T provide an affordable low income Internet access program. The Access from AT&T program provides low cost Internet to participants of SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (Food Stamp Program). AT&T’s Access Internet service is available in any of […]
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SOPA Internet Blackout Over

SOPA Internet Blackout Over The Internet protest opposing anti-piracy bills proposed by the US government is over. Major Internet giants such as Google, Wikipedia and Reddid imposed blackouts or other means of voicing their extreme opposition to the new proposed SOPA/PIPA legislation. These protests led to massive news coverage of the story and many legislators […]
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Google TV Blocked on DishOnline Too?

If you’re not familiar with Google TV, it’s a software platform that uses the Android operating system for viewing of web video, DVR integration from cable and satellite providers, plus web browsing, and DLNA streaming for viewing of media stored via your PC on the best screen in your house. Your TV.  What’s more, the […]
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Google, Verizon, Net Neutrality

Four House Democratic Congressmen Complain to FCC U.S. House Energy and Commerce committee members, Jay Inslee (D-WA), Ed Markey (D-MA), Anna Eshoo (D-CA) and Mike Doyle (D-PA) sent the following letter to the head of the FCC. The congressmen are concerned that the Google / Verizon proposal to exclude wireless service from net neutrality rules […]
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