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California’s Governor Just Signed a Strong New Net Neutrality Law

Tonight one of the toughest net neutrality bills currently being considered in the United States was signed into law by the Governor of California. California’s new net neutrality law prohibits slowing down or blocking access to content and a ban on zero rating. The zero-rating ban would be the harshest net neutrality rule yet imposed—even […]

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Cord Cutting This Week #41 – Can You Save Money With Cord Cutting? DIRECTV NOW’s Streaming Player, Net Neutrality, & More

Join Cord Cutters News every Saturday as we take a look back at some of the biggest Cord Cutting Stories from the past week. Now, remember these are my opinions on them not an in-depth look at each story. If you would like to learn more about each story check out the links below. Today we […]

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DIRECTV NOW’s Unlimited Data Deal May Be Coming to An End After New Net Neutrality Law

Since AT&T launched DIRECTV NOW they have offered unlimited streaming on AT&T Wireless. If you had AT&T Wireless you could stream DIRECTV NOW all you want, but streaming Sling TV and Hulu would count against your data cap. Now a new net neutrality bill just passed in California that would ban the practice of offering […]

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Comcast Says They Remain “Committed To an Open Internet” After Net Neutrality Ends

Today marks the official end to the FCC Net Neutrality rules. Now control over regulating the internet moves from the FCC to the Federal Trade Commision FTC. Before 2015 The FTC had control over regulating the internet and it was only for the three years that the FCC had control. This change has raised fears […]

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California’s Senate Just Passed One of The Toughest Net Neutrality Laws

Today one of the toughest Net Neutrality bill currently being considered in the United States passed through California’s Senate. This puts the bill about halfway to becoming law in the state of California. Senate Bill 822 would prohibition slowing down or blocking access to content and a ban on zero-rating. The zero-rating ban would be […]

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Net Neutrality Rules End June 11th

Back on December 14th, 2017 the FCC voted to end the so-called Net Neutrality rules. The vote was 3-2 party-line vote by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal the controversial utility-like oversight of internet service providers that was put in place by Democrats in 2015. “The internet is the greatest free-market innovation in history,” Ajit Pai, the Republican who took over […]

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