FCC Passes Net Neutrality Regulation

With a 3-2 vote the FCC passed strict Net Neutrality regulations today. The two democratic members joined the chairman against the two republican appointed members. What exactly does this all mean though? Essentially, the regulation states that ISPs and governments treat all data as equal. The risk averted here is that your access to the internet would be filtered […]

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SEC Says Yes to Social Media for Big Business

Social media has been deemed a legal outlet for cooperate announcements, but only if company investors are informed beforehand. On April 2nd, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) redefined the way that big business can use social media. The newer, relaxed stance on social media disclosure comes after a dispute with Netflix in December of […]

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