A Mountain of Evidence is Released Supporting Charges Against Intel

Today, the European Commission released a substantial portion of the evidence that it relied upon in finding that Intel violated antitrust laws with its controversial business practices.  The evidence released included  a massive amount of data, internal emails and anecdotal evidence that indicates numerous breaches of competition law. This newly released non-confidential version of the European…

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FCC Chairman Takes Stand For Internet Users With Net Neutrality Proposal

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski proposed the FCC adopt as existing principles to keep the Internet open, and he also added two additional principles to adopt – non-discrimination and transparency/disclosure of network management practices. Genachowski spoke on the need to preserve network neutrality at the Brookings Institution Monday. He said the rise of challenges to the…

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CCIA Calls France’s ‘Three Strikes’ Law A Strike Against Internet Freedom and Free Speech

CCIA Calls France’s ‘Three Strikes’ Law A Strike Against Internet Freedom and Free Speech Washington – A trade association that has been a long-time advocate for Internet freedom is calling on France’s senate to reject legislation that would cut off Internet access to those accused of piracy. French legislators are expected to vote Tuesday to…

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