Category Archives: Net Neutrality

Has Apple crossed the line?

When does national security trump privacy and personal security? Are Apple’s concerns for their customers or for their own proprietary marketing trade secrets? Apple has ridden an incredible wave of innovation and success largely doing the opposite of what Steven … Continue reading

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What does “Net Neutrality” Mean for the Rest of Us?

So you’ve heard that on June 12 a Federal court denied claims made against the Federal Communication Commission’s net-neutrality, issuing the first step in rolling out the Open Internet Laws and you couldn’t contain your excitement, right? As media nerds … Continue reading

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From Luxury to Lifeline

Across the Bronx, where the median household income hovers around $34,000, broadband access to the Internet is a rarity. A 2012 article in the Huffington Post profiled a number of people living and working in the hardscrabble borough, finding themselves … Continue reading

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John Oliver’s Impact on Net Neutrality Ruling

Net neutrality is not the first cause that comedian John Oliver has championed, and it certainly won’t be the last. Throughout his seven-plus years on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and during the first two seasons of his HBO series Last … Continue reading

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Online Streaming vs. Cable — Who Will Win?

As more consumers engage in online streaming, cable will be at a risk to lose viewership. According to a recent study from Nomura Research, that decline may already be well underway. Nomura’s February report compiles data from major cable networks … Continue reading

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What’s up with Facebook’s Acquisition of WhatsApp

WhatsApp Messenger As has been the topic of much conversation both on and offline for sometime, Facebook recently announced its acquisition of the popular cross-platform mobile messaging app WhatsApp. The knowledge of this piece of information even helped me propel … Continue reading

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