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FCC Has Officially Repealed Net Neutrality Rules

In a recent turn of events, the United States FCC (Federal Communications Commission) has officially voted for the repealing of net neutrality. This occurred in spite of the overwhelming outcry from the public against the scrapping off of the Obama-era net neutrality regulations, which require for all internet... Read More »
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FCC Plans to End Net Neutrality Rules

Head U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairperson Ajit Pai has just unveiled plans to repeal the landmark net neutrality regulations implemented in 2015 to protect consumer rights to information. The FCC’s net neutrality regulations were set forth during the Obama administration and prohibited Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from... Read More »
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U.S. Lawmakers Introduce Draft Liberty Act

United States lawmakers have recently drafted a Liberty Act, billed to curb the surveillance powers of the federal National Security Agency. However, it seems that the curtailment might not be very effective. When federal representatives formally introduced the U.S. Liberty Act less than a week ago, it was... Read More »

China Tightens Internet Censorship with New Law

Just a few months after Chinese President Xi Jinping tightened rules around online news consumption, the country’s top internet regulator has dropped another bomb that almost kills online anonymity. According to the new set of rules, users will have to use their real-world identities to post comments and... Read More »

Nevada Senate Leader Introduces Internet Privacy Legislation

Nevada’s Senate leader has introduced internet privacy regulations for websites, mandating them to reveal the kind of personal information they obtain from the state. After settling into the new office, Aaron Ford (D), the Senate majority leader for Las Vegas, pushed this mandate for websites. Ford’s name has... Read More »

US House Approves Bill Requiring a Warrant to Search Emails

On February 6th, the House of Representatives unanimously passed a second attempt at new bill that seeks to update existing online privacy laws and obligate law enforcement to obtain a court warrant before searching US citizens’ files that have been stored with third party service providers for more... Read More »

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