Long Beach activists protest possible net neutrality repeal. Verizon stores all over the country were met with picketers in support of preserving internet regulations.
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As the sun rose over the Lakewood Center, a tired Verizon employee made his way to unlock the store and begin another day, but not before walking through a crowd of picketers taking aim at the telecommunications company. Over 20 people held signs reading “Save our Internet” and “Stop the[Read More…]
The internet we have all grown up with is now in danger by the people we elected to watch over it. And our generation — the millennial generation — needs to make its voice heard. We have known the internet our whole lives, and this vote to remove net neutrality[Read More…]
On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission and Chairman Ajit Pai will vote to end the Obama-era internet protections known as net neutrality. These protections are central to an open and free Internet, and the Daily 49er Editorial Board is calling on the student body to respond. At the end[Read More…]
Internet growth and innovation has flourished since the ‘90s because of its accessibility factor; anyone can go online and research, blog or download content. Luckily, for those with online lives, The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to side with net neutrality, requiring Internet service providers to treat all legal Internet[Read More…]