Category Archives for Internet Law

Obama Wants FCC To Reclassify Providers As Utilities

President Barack Obama has put in his two cents on the issue of net neutrality. This was in a statement released recently in which he expressed his firm stance on net neutrality. He says that he is committed to preserving the integrity of net neutrality and has even come up with his plan on the […]

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Obama Announcement Throws Comcast – Time Warner Cable Deal In Jeopardy

President Obama’s call for unrestricted Internet access recently has sparked a lot of controversies. Some people such as the Comcast Vice President have expressed their support for his sentiments. Others people are not so happy and the heads at Time Warner Cable may be a good example. There is speculation that Comcast could walk away […]

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FCC Reveals Hybrid Approach

The FCC is planning to carry out a hybrid plan as concerns net neutrality. Reports have just come out that it is planning to put in place new rules concerning net neutrality and creating an open Internet. The new regulations will be divided between commercial Internet traffic and residential Internet traffic. This will mean that […]

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Comcast Agrees With Obama’s Net Neutrality Speech

President Obama made public his call for net neutrality recently, and Comcast came forward to agree with him. However, the company does not fully agree with the president when it comes to how net neutrality should be achieved. David Cohen, the executive VP of Comcast, expressed his support for the president’s speech on net neutrality […]

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Google Faces Problems From Regulators Concerning EU Privacy Rules

The handling of requests from European citizens concerning the “right to be forgotten” policy is already facing problems. This is because the option is currently only restricted to European citizens and this is where the problem is. Regulators are against the company’s policy to only remove Internet links on its European sites such as google.co.uk. […]

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