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The Top Ten Reasons Broadband Internet Is Not a Public Utility

Wheeler testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Broadband networks do not have any of the most relevant characteristics of public utility services.

FCC Votes For New 'Net Neutrality' Internet Regulations

Wheeler and Pai testify before a Senate Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on the FY2015 budget justification for the FCC, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Nothing less than the future of the Internet depends on how we resolve this disagreement’

Congress Mulls Internet Access Taxes For Millions Of Americans

A tourist gazes up at the Capitol in Washington

‘Renewing would protect consumers from a noticeable jump in their bill every month for access to the Internet’

FCC Crashes Its Live-Stream Video During A Meeting Touting Its New Internet Regulation Proposal

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

‘It’s too bad we don’t have those fast lanes’

Newly released Clinton document describes Internet as 'right wing' tool of 'conspiracy commerce'

U.S. President Bill Clinton uses his laptop computer to log on to Children's State of the Union webs..

‘The right wing has seized upon the internet as a means of communicating its ideas to people’

Internet users told to change ALL passwords in wake of 'catastrophic' Heartbleed security bug

Visitors pass a giant Videoscreen with moving letters symbolising security codes at the computer- fa..

‘On a scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11′

What's an 'internet'?'

‘There’s no hiccup or delay!’

FCC commissioner will 'strongly oppose' Internet giveaway if not convinced

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and commissioners testify before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘If I am not convinced that a different governance structure would preserve Internet freedom, I will strongly oppose it’

Ex-White House tech chief: Internet giveaway 'raises the stakes' of Web governance

U.S. President George W. Bush walks back to the Oval Office after making remarks on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act at the White House in Washington

‘The U.S. should continue to be resolute in its support for a free and open Internet’

Former Commerce official: We should have had a plan before giving up the Web

A fence surrounds the U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington

‘I am somewhat dismayed by the way in which they [the administration] have gone forward’

Accelerating the de-Americanization of the Internet

Fadi Chehade, president and CEO of ICANN, attends a meeting with Brazil's President Rousseff in Brasilia

The Internet’s moorings are detaching from America.

Ex-Bush admin official: Internet giveaway weakens cybersecurity, opens door to Web tax

NSA Surveillance-Tech

‘This is the Obama equivalent of Carter’s decision to give away the Panama Canal, with possibly much worse consequences’

US government gives up control of the Internet

A robotic tape library used for mass storage of digital data is pictured at the Konrad-Zuse Centre for applied mathematics and computer science (ZIB), in Berlin

Commerce Department will discontinue managing Internet infrastructure amid global NSA surveillance pushback

Global Internet governance proposals threaten security, freedom of information

Satellite dishes are seen at GCHQ's outpost at Bude, close to where trans-Atlantic fibre-optic cables come ashore in Cornwall, southwest England

Congress should intervene to make sure Internet governance remains mostly an American job.

Tech industry and government must step up on privacy

CFO of Target Mulligan and CIO at Neiman Marcus Kingston swear in on Capitol Hill in Washington

Information security requires partnership between the public and private sectors

Pope Francis calls the Internet 'a gift from God'

Pope Francis looks up as he talks during a pastoral visit in downtown Rome

‘The church needs to be concerned for, and present in, the world of communication’

US court lifts FCC rules for Internet service providers

Microphones are set up for attorneys in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington

‘There is no evidence in the record suggesting that broadband providers are carving up territory or avoiding head-to-head competition’

Parents of alleged Silk Road founder launch legal fund, website


Ross Ulbricht an unlikely drug, theft and murder kngpin

Africa's great 'white spaces': tech's new frontier

Students use computers to study at Elswood Secondary School in Cape Town

‘Using white spaces will definitely be a more cost effective way to take Internet to the masses’