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Here's how much money anti-net neutrality members of Congress have received from the telecom industry

The House of Representatives is sitting on its hands instead of calling a vote to protect net neutrality. But those same members of Congress have had their hands in the pot of the anti-net neutrality telecommunications industry for years. The net
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Verizon trolls Comcast on Twitter after nationwide Business Voice outage

Verizon's social media team isn't messing around.  With Comcast Business’s Business Voice service experiencing outages today across the country, the company tweeted out a statement assuring its customers that it was looking into the
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Everyone hates Comcast and loves Netflix

People love streaming services such as Netflix and Twitch. Their internet service providers? Not so much.  That's the conclusion reached by the latest American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) report, which used data from around 250,000
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Net neutrality is all but dead. Here's what happens now.

Everyone take a moment of silence please — the free and open internet is all but dead. In December 2017 the FCC, under chairman Ajit Pai, voted to repeal net neutrality, signaling the end of the open internet as we know it. The decision
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Comcast is increasing Xfinity internet speeds in the northeast

If you have Comcast, fasten your seatbelt.  Comcast has announced that it's rolling out higher internet speed to many of its customers in the northeast. Four of the company's seven internet tiers will see speed increases: Performance,
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Why Do We Fall for Fake News?

From:   By: S. Shyam Sundar Via: RT @RobertCialdini: When
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Comcast is the most miserable brand on Twitter :(

In the age of social media, brands now behave more like people than ever.They weigh in on the hot stories of the moment, flirt with celebrities, awkwardly try to pass as teenagers, pick fights and, not occasionally, say the wrong thing.So it's a
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Netflix's 'main goal' was to kill the Comcast merger. Mission accomplished.

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings seems to have learned his way around Washington.On April 15, Hastings, an evangelist for Internet TV and a sworn enemy of cable companies, made a striking comment to investors during the company's otherwise routine
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Comcast to walk away from Time Warner Cable deal

No deal, in this case, is a big deal.Comcast is pulling out of its $45 billion deal to buy Time Warner Cable after it became apparent that government regulators were looking to reject the deal, according to press reports. Bloomberg first reported