Broadband

Court Rejects FCC Net Neutrality And Leaves Consumers With No Defense Against Greedy Broadband Providers

The United States Court of Appeals in Washington DC has ruled in favor of Verizon in a case regarding the authority of the FCC to regulate Internet service providers. The decision leaves consumers at the mercy of an industry that has shown …

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Purple WiFi lets businesses trade free wireless for valuable customer data

Thanks to McDonald’s and Starbucks, free wireless networking is available every 200 yards or so, at least in metropolitan areas of the United States. Still, many merchants—especially smaller “mom & pop” establishments—don’t provide the service. Purple WiFi has a business model …

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