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Net Neutrality: who owns the Internet?

We love net neutrality action at Verizon, which is one of over 600 actions outside of Verizon stores.
Photo courtesy of Alex Garland

Rudy Sanchez

June 9, 2018

The status of the future of the Internet The Internet – A digital ecosystem many people call home.  A place where trolls, memes, conspiracy videos and older relatives still poking you on Facebook live in harmony.  We are able to access this great resource to communicate with family members, c...

Is the end of the internet as we know it?

Kenyatta Battle

November 29, 2017

The internet is a large part of our lives as college students, but it may be subjected by corporate regulation soon. In short, these regulations means the public is dishing out more cash and being told what type of content we can and cannot view. On Nov. 21, the Federal Communications Commission released...

Renegotiating net neutrality

Concerned citizens gather to protest legislation that would compromise net neutrality. Photo Courtesy of Creative Commons

David Wenske

November 15, 2017

FCC expected to announce the fate of net neutrality   On Nov. 22, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is expected to announce whether to continue with a vote that would repeal net neutrality. Net neutrality is the principle that all internet traffic should be treated equally. Under the...

Internet privacy is a relic of the past

Graphic by Chase Otero, The Paisano

David Wenske

April 5, 2017

If you are like me, with eyes glued to your phone and checking Reddit compulsively, you are on the Internet quite a lot. I should trust that my browser search history and what I view on the Internet is private and can only be seen by me, the user. However, I don’t. On March 23, the Republican contro...