>Net Neutrality Threatened (Part Two)

>by Stephen Lendmansjlendman.blogspot.com (December 18 2010)Three earlier articles addressed the issue, the most recent accessed through the following link: http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2010/08/net-neutrality-threatened.htmlNet Neutrality is a defining issue of our time. It's essential to keep the Internet free and open, letting users access all content without restrictions, limitations, or discrimination, maintaining an online level playing field for everyone.It's … Continue reading >Net Neutrality Threatened (Part Two)

>Net Neutrality Threatened (Part One)

>by Stephen Lendmansjlendman.blogspot.com (August 12 2010)This article follows two previous ones, accessed through the following links:http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2009/11/struggle-for-net-neutrality.htmlhttp://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2010/07/under-threat-free-and-open-internet.htmlFree Press.net is a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization working for media reform through education, organizing and advocacy - Net Neutrality its defining issue, keeping it free and open, letting users access all content without restrictions, limitations, or discrimination, an online … Continue reading >Net Neutrality Threatened (Part One)

>Under Threat: A Free and Open Internet

>by Stephen Lendmansjlendman.blogspot.com (July 15 2010)This article updates an earlier one titled "The Struggle for Net Neutrality", accessed through the following link: http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/2009/11/struggle-for-net-neutrality.htmlFirst some background. As a candidate, Obama pledged support for "network neutrality to preserve the benefits of open competition on the Internet". As president, he reneged across the board, including for Internet freedom … Continue reading >Under Threat: A Free and Open Internet

>The Struggle for Net Neutrality

>by Stephen Lendmansjlendman.blogspot.com (November 16 2009)During his 2008 campaign, Barack Obama promised to "Support the principle of network neutrality to preserve the benefits of open competition on the Internet".Perhaps not given a worse record than his fiercest critics feared, worse than George Bush, across the board on both domestic and foreign policies, including:-- failing to … Continue reading >The Struggle for Net Neutrality

>Reclaim the Cyber-Commons

>The internet is being captured by organised trolls. It's time we fought back.by George MonbiotThe Guardian (December 14 2010)They are the online equivalent of enclosure riots: the rick-burning, fence-toppling protests by English peasants losing their rights to the land. When MasterCard, Visa, Paypal and Amazon tried to shut WikiLeaks out of the cyber-commons, an army … Continue reading >Reclaim the Cyber-Commons