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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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Level 3 – Global Crossing likely bad for consumers

If Level 3 buys Global Crossing, it will significantly reduce competition in the North American Internet backbone. Today, we have a duopoly in fixed access, an ever tightening oligopoly in mobile Internet access, and a near monopoly in “middle mile” connectivity, but we still have real competition in most of the Internet backbone. This merger…

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