FCC Proposes New Net Neutrality Rules

April 25, 2014

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will propose new net neutrality rules that would allow Internet service providers to negotiate with companies who are willing to pay for faster downloads and content streaming, according to the New York Times. The proposal comes after a federal appeals court struck down agency rules made to guarantee a free and open Internet, for the second time. Full article.


Micro Market

Internet Ruling Could Influence Micro Market Connections

April 2, 2014
A recently overturned Federal Communication Commission ruling could have adverse effects on the vending industry – specifically micro markets. It started in 2010, when the FCC...