News | The News

US internet speeds increase since end of net neutrality, possibly because everyone's dead

With everyone dead because of the net neutrality repeal, there's no one using any bandwidth.

News | The News

The Net Neutrality Repeal Is Official. Here’s How That Could Affect You.

Net Neutrality rules that required internet service providers to offer equal access to all web content are no longer in effect as of Monday.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Luke Skywalker Gets Shredded By Ted Cruz, Donald Trump Jr. In Twitter War

It's not often that anyone goes up against Luke Skywalker and comes away the victor, but that's just what happened when the Star Wars actor got in a Twitter tiff with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX).

Science & Technology | Technology

The FCC officially votes to kill net neutrality

Despite overwhelming opposition from Congress, technical experts, advocacy organizations and, of course, the American people, the FCC has voted to eliminate..

Science & Technology | Technology

What Ending Net Neutrality Means for You and Your Time Online

The FCC is moving to overturn an Obama-era net neutrality plan. Here’s what that could mean for Internet users.

Miscellaneous | Other Kinds of Whatnot

FCC insists John Oliver didn’t break its website, net neutrality group disagrees · Newswire · The A.V. Club

Last night, John Oliver put a call out for his Last Week Tonight viewers to band together and let the FCC know how they feel about net neutrality and the need for ISP regulation, going so far as to buy gofccyourself.com

Politics | Politics

Republicans introduce bill to quash net neutrality rules

A Republican congressman introduced a resolution Monday calling for a fast-track review of the newly proposed net neutrality rules, a likely futile legislative move that highlights the no-stone-unturned fight put up by the rules' opponents.

Politics | The American Experiment

Internet Access Is Not a Civil Right

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FCC Commissioners Ask Wheeler To Delay Net Neutrality Vote: "Future Of Entire Internet At Stake"

Three days before the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on the most significant Internet regulations in history, two commissioners are