FCC votes on new rules to protect net neutrality

Activists cited a major victory last week when the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted on new rules which effectively protect net neutrality. The rules ensure that the Internet is treated as a public utility by prohibiting paid “fast lanes” offered by Internet service providers (ISPs).…

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Pei to receive potential WiFi upgrade

Information Technology (IT) recently approached the Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) and proposed purchasing 25 more access points for wireless internet. The access points will be put in first court and second court of Pei, and will improve the wireless connectivity students experience there. The request…

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Mozilla CEO resigns

Brendan Eich did not get a chance to hand in a two-weeks notice; in fact, he worked fewer days than that. Eich stepped down as CEO of Mozilla after his $1,000 donation to Proposition 8, a campaign to abolish same-sex marriage in California, came to light. Yet unlike other such cases the discussion did…

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