Posts tagged "net neutrality"

FCC Goes Ahead With Internet Plan Fought by Music Groups

Michael Stipe must be losing his religion right about now. Music fans might want to perk up their ears, too. The Federal Communications Commission met…
Marc Hogan / May 15, 2014

Michael Stipe, Eddie Vedder, and More Demand ‘Real Net Neutrality’ From FCC

What happens to the Internet will shape what happens to music, along with every other aspect of culture and free speech. A reported plan that…
Marc Hogan / May 13, 2014

Music Could Be Headed for Internet Slow Lane Thanks to FCC

Hope you really trust your broadband company. And don’t mind the Internet getting more expensive. If a report by The Wall Street Journal is true,…
Marc Hogan / April 24, 2014

AT&T Wants to Track Your Downloads and Bandwidth Use

A new patent from AT&T could potentially penalize Internet users who stream and download music online. As the Huffington Post reports, Patent US 20140010082 A1,…
Kyle McGovern / February 4, 2014

Court’s Net Neutrality Smackdown Could Hurt Music Fans

A federal appeals court decision this week could have serious consequences for people who listen to music online. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the…
Marc Hogan / January 15, 2014