Tag: Net Neutrality

  • CloudFlare: Thoughts on Network Neutrality

    CloudFlare published Thoughts on Network Neutrality, the FCC, and the Future of Internet Governance, which is one of the better articles on Net Neutrality I’ve read. Bad things happen when lawyers and politicians step in too early to regulate technology markets that are still developing. In this case, the FCC not only may be stepping […]

  • Net Neutrality Classification

    Net Neutrality is the idea all internet data will be treated equally by Internet Service Providers, such as AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, Time Warner, and Level 3, and last week was a big week for Net Neutrality advocates. The FCC approved rules that will classify the internet similar to how public utilities are treated, regulations and […]

  • Leading the Internet by Example

    I’d like to see the major internet companies get together and buy Time Warner Cable.┬áSpecifically the companies that indirectly profit from an easily accessible and fast internet like Google, Netflix, and Facebook, that worry about net neutrality and Comcast buying Time Warner Cable. I’d really like to see a couple of the other cash rich […]

  • Net Neutrality

    Net Neutrality has been in the news lately thanks to FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski recently adding to 2 principles to the existing 4. Net Neutrality, in general, is the idea that all data traveling over the internet should be treated equal. Opponents, including major internet providers AT&T and Verizon, say allowing some bandwidth hogging application, […]

  • Google Wireless

    There have been recent articles on eWeek and other sites about the possibility of Google buying Sprint. Although I have said for the past few months that this is something Google should at least look in to, if not do, I’m no longer sure I think its a good idea. Sprint has 2 assets Google […]