Tuesday Morning Links
07:58AM Tuesday May 06 2014
Level 3 accuses six broadband providers of degrading network traffic
to extract payment from it, but a deeper dive into the specifics reveals there may be another side to the story
Interconnection: Or How Big Broadband Kills Net Neutrality Without Violating 'Net Neutrality'
Mozilla proposes new version of net neutrality rules
Online population could hit three billion next year
US Government begins rollout of its 'Driver's License For The Internet' national online ID system in Michigan and Pennsylvania
New Movement Aims to ‘Reset the Net’ Against Mass Surveillance
Seattle-based law firm files national class-action lawsuit claiming that Google has monopolized Internet and mobile search
AT&T: There's 'no basis' to give Sprint, T-Mobile a leg up in incentive auction
C Spire joins AT&T, Verizon in offering 4 lines, 10 GB of data for $160
Baltimore Officially Tired of the Verizon, Comcast Duopoly
Jimmy Kimmel Tries to Explain Net Neutrality
Cox Insists Selective 1 Gbps Deployments 'Not Cherry Picking'
Google Also Won't Unlock Devices For Law Enforcement
Friday Morning Links
Comcast to Regulators: Have you Noticed We Really Love the Poor?
Neutrality Still a Toxic, Partisan Issue, Though it Shouldn't Be
Apple Beefs up Device Encryption, Won't Unlock for Governments
Wheeler: We Shouldn't Subsidize Broadband Slower Than 10 Mbps
Verizon: Ignore a Decade of History, We Love an Open Internet
Friday, 19-Sep 13:51:22