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Oregon officially puts net neutrality bill into law. The open internet will stay with Oregon as Gov. Katherine Brown signs the net neutrality bill today making it into law. It is now the second state to legislate the law following the FCC repeal in December. On Friday, the Democrat politician unveiled that the net neutrality bill will be endorsed today at the middle school event. The state House and Senate precedently validated the said measure....

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What is the importance of net neutrality? Technology is unstoppable and its innovation continues to grow. We incorporate the breakthrough into our daily lives not knowing that we are victimizing ourselves. This is when net neutrality comes in to preserve our rights to privacy and reclaim our freedom. Last year, Edward Snowden posted a tweet unveiling the truth about Smart TVs and certain software installed on computers, laptops, and even devices. These are used to...

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Following the news where Washington and Oregon passed a bill to neutralize net neutrality rule repeal in its state, Connecticut is taking into consideration if it is necessary to do the same. Majority Leader of the Democratic Senate Bob Duff revealed last week a prospective regulation that will prevent ISPs in Connecticut from repressing consumer internet speeds, obstructing certain websites, or imposing additional fees in return for privileged internet traffic. Importance of Net Neutrality to...

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Three and Vodafone are two telecom companies from the United Kingdom which are under probe associated with net neutrality issues. Three and Vodafone breached net neutrality? Communications watchdog Ofcom, is investigating Three and Vodafone if they have manipulated net neutrality rules. The regulator stated on Tuesday (March 6),  that it will investigate the companies’ 4G along with its add-on plans. The probe also includes if they have purposely delayed special services also known as throttling....