Wednesday, November 25, 2009Mobile groups protest proposed net neutrality rules Mobile broadband networks have special needs, some mobile groups say
Friday, October 23, 2009Net neutrality boon for cheap, high-quality Web services Business can save money from skipping potential new Internet access charges to opening up low-cost, high-bandwidth services
Thursday, October 22, 2009FCC takes first step toward net neutrality rules The U.S. Federal Communications Commission votes to open a net neutrality rulemaking process, despite objections. Carriers could use "reasonable" network management to reduce congestion and maintain quality of service, but would have to tell consumers about them
Thursday, October 22, 2009John McCain moves to block U.S. net neutrality The new legislation would prohibit the U.S. telecom regulator from moving ahead with proposed regulations
Wednesday, October 21, 2009CRTC defends Internet traffic shaping The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission acknowledged the need for carriers to manage traffic on their networks, but they must give wholesale ISP customers 60 days notice and must ask permission before throttling VoIP or video.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009Breaking news: CRTC defends traffic shaping Canada's telecommunications regulator today issued a ruling upholding the right of major telcos and cable providers to manage the traffic of its Internet customers.
Thursday, October 01, 2009Hello net neutrality, goodbye Internet Tier one providers now peer for free with each other, but this could stop if they are forced to charge by the bit. The other option is to pass on the higher cost of peering to users
Sunday, May 10, 2009FTC chairman: Agency may enforce net neutrality U.S. regulator may act on net-neutrality and ensure providers meet performance promises, says the head of the agency