Tech companies pile on lawsuits against the FCC over the repeal of net neutrality (ETSY)
Monday, 5 March 2018 · *A consortium of tech companies, including Etsy and Kickstarter, is suing the FCC over the repeal of net neutrality — making them only the latest tech companies to do so.*
· *The companies claim they will be directly harmed when the FCC net neutrality rollback goes into effect, which will likely happen by the end of...
According to a report by Gizmodo, Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday formally introduced legislation to save net neutrality from the Federal Communication Commission. The measure is expected to fail to reverse the FCC's decision on net neutrality, however it reportedly comes packed with a ticking time...
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Key Net Neutrality Advocate Mignon Clyburn Resigning From FCC Clyburn made the announcement in an FCC meeting on Tuesday. She was an important part of authoring net neutrality regulations put in place.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn is a passionate advocate for protecting net neutrality. Mignon announced plans on Tuesday to step down from the agency. Nominated by President Barack Obama in 2009,.. Source: Wochit News -
Oregon Democratic Governor Kate Brown has signed a bill withholding state business from internet providers who throttle traffic. The move follows a December vote by the Federal Communications.. Source: Wochit News -
Tech giants stand to pay more tax under proposals outlined by the European Commission on Wednesday. Under the Commission's plan, companies with significant digital revenues in Europe will pay a 3.. Source: Euronews English -
The European Commission has proposed rules to make digital companies pay their fair share of tax, with U.S. tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Amazon set to foot a large chunk of the bill... Source: Reuters Studio -