Rappler's latest stories on net neutrality
The law also marks the latest challenge between California Governor Jerry Brown's administration and President Donald Trump's Republicans, who have already clashed over environmental and immigration regulations
Vint Cerf warns that with net neutrality, the internet may start to resemble 'cable television' where 'services vary depending upon ability to pay'
The Federal Communications Commission, in a three-to-two vote, adopts a proposal by Republican appointed chairman Ajit Pai, who says his plan would scrap 'heavy-handed' rules adopted in 2015 which he argues discouraged investment and innovation
US regulators are gearing up for a vote on a plan which – depending on your viewpoint – would 'restore internet freedom' or, alternatively, result in 'the death of the internet' as we know it.
Internet expert Samantha Bradshaw shares with Rappler the importance of net neutrality and why practices such as sponsored data are harming it.
The announcement by Federal Communications chairman Ajit Pai marks the latest twist in a decade-old political dispute with both sides claiming to represent a 'free and open' internet
Does free data uphold the principles of a free and open Internet? Net neutrality supporters do not think so
While not ruling explicitly on net neutrality the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India TRAI decided not to allow what it calls discriminatory pricing for different data platforms or content
Zuckerberg: To give more people access to the Internet it is useful to offer some service for free If someone can’t afford to pay for connectivity it is always better to have some access than none at all
Civil society leaders tech experts NGOs lawyers and governments gather in the Philippines to discuss privacy surveillance and free expression online
Military chief Catapang says Mamasapano clash was a failure in planning The Malampaya plant shuts down March 15 Manny Pacquiao says he feels slow
The European Union is considering allowing ISPs to enter into agreements with companies or individuals to give them faster Internet speeds without slowing down others connections
The ruling climaxing a years long regulatory battle sets a new standard that treats all Internet traffic as equal preventing Internet firms from charging fees for better access
BlackBerry s CEO attempts to redefine net neutrality to further refer to applications ensuring that all platforms are equally catered to by developers with limited resources
Voicing support for Internet neutrality and asking for an explicit ban on paid prioritization Obama says any legal content must not be blocked to ensure services are equally available online