Articles by Kenneth Corbin 

2010: The Year Networks Are Decreed Neutral?

Looking ahead to the scenarios in the next phase of the Net neutrality debate.

Comcast Settles P2P Class-Action Suit

Modest settlement agreement resolves only one legal hurdle from BitTorrent throttling incident.

CTIA Looks Ahead to Spectrum, Net Neutrality Fights

Wireless industry association heading into 2010 with an ambitious, and slightly improbable, policy agenda.

Biden Kicks Off Broadband Stimulus Funds With $2B Pledge

First wave of broadband stimulus grants and loans to roll out over next two-and-a-half months.

FCC Unveils First Draft of Broadband Policy Plan

Early recommendations call for USF, spectrum reform and a new push to drive adoption.

AT&T Giving Ground on Net Neutrality?

Telecom hints at support for modest nondiscrimination rules, but critics charge it's a sleight of hand.

CTIA Claims Exemption in Net Neutrality Debate

Wireless group squares off against advocacy group Public Knowledge as FCC moves toward open Internet rule-making.

Cable, Advocacy Groups Spar Over Net Neutrality

Latest wrinkle in debate turns on dueling interpretations of First Amendment implications.

FCC Begins Technical Inquiry Into Net Neutrality

The commission will hear technologists' concerns about plans to regulate network

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