Rupert Murdoch just got some bad news from one of his own newspapers.
On Monday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Federal Communications Commission is dropping its old plans to allow more media consolidation.
This week, Agence-France Press reported that two Spanish journalists from the nation’s El Mundo newspaper were abducted in Syria back in September. Their colleagues and families believe the two are still alive and are calling for their release.
We owe everything we love about the Web to Net Neutrality.
Without Net Neutrality, the Web would look a lot like cable, with the most popular content available only on certain tiers or with certain providers.