Post Tagged with: "net neutrality"

  • Another reason to dislike the Atrix’s accessories: Tethering charges

    Another reason to dislike the Atrix’s accessories: Tethering charges

    One of the advantages of the Atrix’s docks is that with them, you can use a full version of Mozilla’s Firefox browser to surf the Web and pull up Web apps in much the same way you would on a standard PC. What I didn’t realize was that in order to use the full Firefox browser on AT&T’s data network, AT&T requires users to pay its extra $20 a month tethering fee. As such, In effect, AT&T is discriminating against a particular application. If this doesn’t flout the idea of net neutrality, I don’t know what does.

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  • More Links On Net Neutrality

    I did an extra column today on the FCC’s announcement that it would make “net neutrality” the official policy of the U.S. Here’s a few links I came across if […]

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  • FCC confirms decision to punish Comcast, support open Internet

    Congratulations are in order to those who worked hard to promote the cause of an Open Internet. Last month I Interviewed Marvin Ammori, general counsel for the Free Press, which […]

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