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Today Was A Horrible Day Over The End Of Net Neutrality

Enjoy a video of me talking about this below! So today was a bad day at the FCC.  As expected, the commission voted three to two to repeal the net neutrality rules […]

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Today Is The Day of Action to Help Save Net Neutrality

Today is the day MANY websites across the internet including Geek Alabama will participate in the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.  Yes, there have been protests before, but this one […]

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The FCC Passes Tough Net Neutrality Rules But The Fight Is Not Over

Well, it finally happened.  Today the FCC passed new tough rules to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers (cable companies).  Internet Service Providers including landline and mobile carriers, will now be […]

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Hey Internet, Congrats On Hopefully Keeping Net Neutrality

There has been a lot of debate over the whole Net Neutrality thing.  Mostly everyone on the internet, including me, wants the internet to remain free.  And not include so called “fast […]

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Google Fiber, Coming Soon To Atlanta And Nashville

If you are a Google nut, you are very excited about this news!  Google announced that they are bringing their Google Fiber service to Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte, and Raleigh-Durham.  In Atlanta, areas like […]

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Why Internet Slowdown Day Is Important For The Future Of The Internet

Today is Internet Slowdown Day, and since Geek Alabama focuses on more techy and geeky things, we are participating in this special day along with many other websites!  Sorry for the slowdown […]

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Sunday Discussion: My Letter To The FCC About Net Neutrality

On this Sunday Discussion, on a Monday, I am catching up!  I am talking about my recent letter to the FCC about Net Neutrality.  As you know, the FCC is thinking about […]

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Why The United States Must Keep Net Neutrality

This week, net neutrality has been in the news.  The reason, people are scared that the end of net neutrality might mean internet providers could discriminate on certain websites.  One website like […]

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