The Net Neutrality Title Game
So today I came across an article on CNET News that explains how proposed Net Neutrality rules (rules that will enabled the FCC to regulate private sector Internet providers in a manner that could potentially stifle the competitive landscape, shift the costs of expansion and advancement into the hands of everyday consumers, and slow down the adoption of high-speed Internet by minorities and the under-served by ultimately raising prices for everyone) could be adapted. Now you see why everyone just uses the term Net Neutrality The article gives a good explanation of the difference between Title I and Title II Classifications that were put into place in the Telecommunications Act of 1996
National Broadband Plan Has Everyone Talking
If you have not heard, the FCC is releasing it’s broaband plan on March 16th and there is no shortage of coverage on it. I like this post from Rey Ramsey, CEO of One Economy, where he illustrates how the Internet changed the life of one businessman. And as you can see below there are alot of people wating to see what is announce on the 16th.
iPad Frenzy is Starting. Go to Techcrunch and Try to Win a free One!
The pre-orders have started. The iPad arrives in April but TechCrunch is giving one away! Just go to this article and follow the directions.