Net Neutrality

Brough Turner on The Digital Life Podcast’s Net Neutrality Episode

This week, our CTO and co-founder Brough Turner was on The Digital Life podcast to discuss the digital divide, net neutrality, and the importance of fast and affordable Internet. Brough has been passionate about those topics for a long time and it led to the creation of netBlazr – here’s a sneak peek into the …

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Letter from Representative Michael Capuano on Net Neutrality

netBlazr CEO Jim Hanley wrote to Representative Michael Capuano (D-MA7) and asked about his position on net neutrality. Here was his response: Dear Mr. Hanley, Thank you for contacting my office regarding net neutrality. I appreciate hearing your thoughts on this issue. I am vehemently opposed to all attempts to end net neutrality and am …

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The FCC Voted to End Net Neutrality, But the Fight’s Not Over Yet

On December 14, 2017, the FCC voted 3-2 to end net neutrality and dismantle critical regulations that protect equal access to the internet. (Note: FCC commissioners Clyburn and Rosenworcel voted to keep net neutrality.) netBlazr has always been a vocal advocate for net neutrality and we are committed to this position, now, more than ever. …

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Join netBlazr in the Fight to Defend Net Neutrality

Every time you are on the Internet, you have free and open access to view and search what you like. No tolls, no throttling or slowing of certain sites impact your Internet usage. On December 14th, the FCC is planning to end that freedom and dismantle landmark regulations that protect equal access to the Internet. …

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Brough’s take: Impact of Internet Peering on Network Architectures and Economics

Brough gave a talk on Internet Peering at last year’s Optical conference, OFC 2014 in San Francisco. With all the debate over net neutrality, it’s more relevant than ever. Here’s a draft of a paper he wrote to go along with his presentation. Impact of Internet Peering on Network Architectures and Economics Brough Turner netBlazr …

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Seeking Federal recognition for the Open Internet

Originally published 5 November 2010 at 08:10 hrs. Late yesterday, a relatively diverse, and hopefully significant, group of advocates for the Open Internet filed reply comments in the FCC’s proceeding “Further inquiry into two under-developed issues in the Open Internet Proceeding.” Credit goes to Seth Johnson for making this happen. Let me tell you why …

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