Posted in FCC-Net Nuetrality

SOPA wasn’t the problem

Earlier this week, several popular web sites either blacked themselves out or displayed messages to protest the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).  Apparently Congress got the message and the bill isn’t going to pass – which is a good thing.  But in the end, it’s not going to mean much because SOPA isn’t really the problem […]

EDITORIAL: Obama’s Internet passport

Rep. Marsha Blackburn Promises to Undo FCC’s Internet Regulations

Posted December 22nd, 2010 at 8:00am in Enterprise and Free Markets Source: Heritage Foundation Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), a longtime advocate of Internet freedom, said she’s undaunted by the Federal Communications Commission’s decision to adopt net neutrality rules. Instead, she thinks the FCC’s action will be a catalyst for renewed commitment on the issue in […]

FCC In The News

Net Neutrality has been a hot topic this year. FCC, who does not have the authority to regulate the internet, is going to regulate it anyway through new Net Neutrality Rules this Dec 21st 2010 after Congress has gone home and the courts have shut down for the Holiday. Thanks to the hard work of […]

Conservatives Plan Countermeasures to Neutralize FCC Internet Edict

Following the Federal Communications Commission’s party-line adoption of a new internet regulatory scheme, conservatives are already plotting to challenge and oppose implementation of the new policy at every turn. Critics say the still-unpublished “net neutrality” regulations mark an unprecedented federal intrusion into the realm of internet operation. They’re condemning the three Democratic commissioners who supported […]

Internet Access Is Not a ‘Civil Right’

Source: When bureaucrats talk about increasing our “access” to x, y or z, what they’re really talking about is increasing exponentially their control over our lives. As it is with the government health care takeover, so it is with the newly approved government plan to “increase” Internet “access.” Call it Webcare. By a vote […]