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FCC Adopts Net Neutrality Rules

By Paul Glist On Dec. 21, 2010, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted net neutrality rules, which largely implement existing Internet traffic and management practices, impose new non-discrimination and transparency rules, but leave room for specialized or managed services and usage … Continue reading

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FCC Press Release and Commissioner Statements on New Net Neutrality Rules

From FCC.gov 12/21/10 FCC Acts to Preserve Internet Freedom and Openness. News Release: Word | Acrobat Genachowski Statement: Word | Acrobat Copps Statement: Word | Acrobat McDowell Statement: Word | Acrobat Clyburn Statement: Word | Acrobat Baker Statement: Word | Acrobat

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FCC To Vote On “Open Internet” Order Tomorrow

From FCC.gov. STATEMENT BY FCC COMMISSIONER MIGNON L. CLYBURN ON FCC MEETING TO VOTE AN ORDER PRESERVING THE OPEN INTERNET “The open Internet is a crucial American marketplace, and I believe that it is appropriate for the FCC to safeguard … Continue reading

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New Tax Act Extends 100% Tax Exclusion For 1 Year

The tax compromise act would extend this benefit for another year. Continue reading

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Is The SEC Going To Destroy Angel Investing?

Earlier this year, after the enactment of the Dodd-Frank financial regulatory reform bill, Doug Cornelius, who has a great blog, Compliance Building, speculated darkly about the future of angel investing. He wrote, “I expect the SEC is going to continue … Continue reading

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