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Think Net Neutrality Doesn’t Apply to Your Business? Think Again

Think Net Neutrality Doesn't Apply to Your Business? Think Again

Yesterday we saw the day of action on net neutrality. Companies, activists and citizens weighed in on why net neutrality is a good thing — including here on CMSWire. Everything that collection of very smart people said is correct and worth reading. But they didn't touch on one thing:

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For Europe, an ‘Open Internet’ and an ‘Other Internet’

For Europe, an ‘Open Internet’ and an ‘Other Internet’

The old saying, “Viewpoint depends on where you stand,” has always applied quite literally to the concept of net neutrality. On the east side of the Atlantic Ocean, lawmakers have declared equal access to the Internet a fundamental human right. On the west side, content providers argue that any

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How Title II Led to the Charter + TWC Merger

How Title II Led to the Charter + TWC Merger

The three-way merger between Charter Communications, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks, announced this morning, was rendered inevitable by the US Government’s reluctance to sanction a previous agreement between Time Warner and Comcast, citing its re-re-redefinition of Internet service under Title II of the Communications Act of 1934.

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