Category Archives: network neutrality

SOPA response from Representative Rick Larsen, WA 2nd District

Below is an email I received from Representative Rick Larsen‘s office. I don’t recall ever having identifying myself as PVT Adams-Collier in any communications with his office, though I could have done so at some point. Maybe. I also don’t … Continue reading

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Wall Street Cred

So… I don’t normally read the Wall Street Journal, but I was sitting in a waiting room for a few hours yesterday and the security guard, noticing that I was bored, brought me a copy. I read the table of … Continue reading

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Network Neutrality in a nutshell

Network Neutrality is a term used to encompas the need for a balanced playing field on the Internet. Proponents for neutrality claim that having a tiered infrastructure will create a hierarchy of “haves” and “have nots.” The perceived problems would … Continue reading

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