A federal court ruling is expected any day now that's all but certain to kill net neutrality, and ruin the internet.
Articles tagged "free the network"
We went to London's event, where complaints included internet censorship, welfare cuts, and badgercide.
The UK’s top spot on the Open Data Barometer is at odds with proposals to restrict Freedom of Information requests.
Fight for the Future, Demand Progress, The Illuminator, and Restore the Fourth NYC teamed up for a guerrilla screening of a new video about the NSA
But as much as other countries hate the idea, the world is stuck with it.
SMS updates allow activists to keep up with protests despite the government's internet shutdown.
Is it possible? Plausible? And if so, how will it work?
NSA spying has breathed new life into the meshnet project.
As competition among web companies increase, the dog eats dog mentality is challenging the romantic view of the open web.
Privacy and, now, protection of your physical property is only guaranteed if you're the government or corporation.
It's enough to make you miss the SOPA days.
Each time we determine that “security” outweighs privacy interests, a hazardous precedent is set.
“There is a time bomb over there, and we don’t know when it will explode.”
Everybody wants high-speed internet, but should Google have the final say in how we get it?
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
Without fast service, rural communities are starting to grow their own.
Who wants to buy 8,000 miles of public fiber-optic internet?
Western officials' pigheaded approaches to trying to regulate the Web.
The United States is far from a world leader when it comes to the Internet itself.
The FCC's plan, which would be the first of its kind in the world, would be a massive leap forward in the Internet age.
We are strangely territorial when it comes to our wireless networks. The idea of someone siphoning off our precious bandwidth without paying for it is, for most people, completely unacceptable.
It was your classic Eleventh Hour curveball. Early this past March, in the latest of late-editing stages for our newest feature documentary "Free the Network":http://motherboard.vice.com/2012/3/28/motherboard-tv-free-the-network, I began hearing