WHERE TO WATCH
Why the Internet may be Screwed
July 13, 2017
Updated 7mo ago
The Daily Dot's Politics Editor recaps Net Neutrality day and breaks down the major players fighting back against the FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai.
IBM's Blockchain is Live and Bank-Issued Stablecoins Are On Their Way
Nov 22, 2017
Former FCC Commissioner Talks Net Neutrality and What Americans Should Do
Michael Copps, a former commissioner at the FCC, told Cheddar that, as current Chairman Ajit Pai pushes to roll back net neutrality regulations, Americans can trust the courts and continue to push back against those efforts.
Aug 23, 2017
Verizon Goes Full Throttle While Tier-ing it Up
The Daily Dot's Andrew Couts discusses Verizon's latest announcement that it is dividing its unlimited data plans into tiers where each plan will face throttling of some magnitude. This is a reversal of Verizon's announcement just a few months ago that an unlimited data plan would not allow you to be subject to any caps in speed. We talk with Couts about how the telecom giant is getting away with such a move, given the current Obama-era rules that are still in place surrounding net neutrality.
Jul 24, 2017
Did Verizon Just Violate Net Neutrality Laws?
Andrew Couts, Politics Reporter for "The Daily Dot," discusses Verizon's response to being accused of throttling video speeds for Netflix and YouTube. Couts delves into the questionable response by Verizon, which claims it was testing video "optimizaton." But how do you optimize video while slowing video speed? We also discuss Microsoft's waging legal war on Russia's government hacking group "Fancy Bear" and what this means for the relationship for the U.S./Russia relationship.