Since the Federal Communications Commission voted to abolish net neutrality regulations, California, Washington, and New York State have vowed to take up the cause. New York is one of the first out the gate.
In a typical week, NYC Mesh–a community-owned internet network in New York City–might get five requests from people who want to join.
After the FCC’s vote to scrap its net neutrality regulations, activists will turn to lawsuits, Congress—and the 2018 election. Lawsuits probably won’t be filed until at least January, but it’s already clear that they will challenge the FCC’s vote
[Commentary] The idea of network neutrality may be intuitively simple, but the regulations that codify it are complex.
In making the case that most Americans have multiple, competing broadband providers, the government acknowledges that up to 40 percent of them do not.