The fight over net neutrality doesn't die. It just changes over time.The Obama era rules for the open internet proved short-lived, lasting briefly from 2015 to 2018. But the battle rages in the courts as supporters challenge the repeal of the rules and the Federal Communications Commission challenges states that are passing their own net neutrality rules. Many people agree with … [Read more...] about The net neutrality fight isn’t over. Here’s what you need to know
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How many bots have you interacted with today? If you’re an avid social media user, the number might be higher than you realize. In fact, 95 million Instagram users could be bots. Experts peg the number of bots on Twitter at 48 million. And that number might be in the hundreds of millions on Facebook. (In May, the social network said it disabled 1.3 billion fake and … [Read more...] about AI Weekly: Free speech fears about California’s bot bill are overblown
Breaking News Emails Get breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE LOS ANGELES — California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law on Sunday a bill to restore net neutrality protections that President Donald Trump's Federal Communications Commission killed late last year. The new law prohibits internet … [Read more...] about California enacts net neutrality bill, DOJ counters with lawsuit
The nation’s largest state just adopted sweeping net neutrality protections, setting up a potential legal showdown with the Federal Communications Commission over the future of the internet. California Governor Jerry Brown Sunday signed a bill banning broadband providers such as AT&T and Comcast from blocking, throttling, or otherwise discriminating against lawful … [Read more...] about California Governor Signs Nation’s Toughest Net Neutrality Law
In March of last year, Stephen Colbert stepped out onto the Late Show stage and kicked off a monologue over the twinkle of a keyboard. “Hey, I’ve got a quick question for you guys, if you don’t mind me asking,” he said to the audience. “Anybody here use the internet?” The audience cheered. “Might want to knock that off,” he … [Read more...] about Marsha Blackburn fought to end net neutrality, but will it matter to voters?