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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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