Wireless Net Neutrality in Europe

Reports from Europe indicate that Vodaphone may face legal action after it was revealed that it is blocking access to VoIP providers such as Truphone and Skype from its customers cellphones.

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May 2, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Public Participation. Last Post.

In light of some recent events, the site as well as the partner site will either change ownership or stop existing as of April 25. This development stems from some recent events and the efforts by certain anti-neutrality interests to discourage public participation within the Net Neutrality debate […]

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April 19, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Michael Geist on Rogers Neutrality Violations

Michael Geist via the Toronto Star is reporting on Rogers Net Neutrality violations. From the article: Rogers’ traffic shaping practices have also raised concern among network neutrality advocates, who fear that the company could limit bandwidth to competing content or services. Some customers note that the bandwidth consumed by customers […]

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April 16, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Edwards – No NN May Squash Grassroots

Speaking to a group of Howard University Students, U.S. presidential candidate John Edwards talked about Net Neutrality and joined a growing list of U.S. presidential candidates that support NN. A list that includes senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. You can watch his speech on YouTube. The most interesting thing […]

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April 12, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality

Science Says “Not-Neutrality” = less network

The following is an abstract from a research paper on Net Neutrality by researchers from the University of Florida. It concludes as we do that without Net Neutrality, there will be far less incentive for carriers to upgrade and expand their networks. Whether to legislate to maintain “net neutrality”, the […]

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April 9, 2007 Comments are Disabled Neutrality