What do an environmental group in Ohio, a small military radio program, and a network of rural hospitals in Texas all have in common? They appear on a list of coalition members for a group pressuring the government to abandon net neutrality—rules to prevent broadband providers from creating Internet fast and slow lanes—but claim they did not intend to sign up for any such advocacy.
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What do an environmental group in Ohio, a small military radio program, and a network of rural hospitals in Texas all have in common? They appear on a list of coalition members for a group pressuring the government to abandon net neutrality—rules to prevent broadband providers from creating Internet fast and slow lanes—but claim they did not intend to sign up for any such advocacy.

Read more here.

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fastcompany:

Launched by a pair of neighborhood mavericks in 2003, EVR attracted some 1 million listeners to its Internet and app service over a raucous, rocking decade. That was a big problem.
If you build it, then attract enough users, the money will come.
That’s more or less the premise of scores of startups in the digital age—from Facebook to Twitter, Instagram to Snapchat.
But what if that’s not always the case? What if monetizing or attracting a buyer—to say nothing of mere survival—is more complicated than that? In late May the online radio station East Village Radio shut down—taking its famous glass-walled street-level studio with it. The station, its renegade founders say, had gotten too popular to survive.
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fastcompany:

Launched by a pair of neighborhood mavericks in 2003, EVR attracted some 1 million listeners to its Internet and app service over a raucous, rocking decade. That was a big problem.

If you build it, then attract enough users, the money will come.

That’s more or less the premise of scores of startups in the digital age—from Facebook to TwitterInstagram to Snapchat.

But what if that’s not always the case? What if monetizing or attracting a buyer—to say nothing of mere survival—is more complicated than that? In late May the online radio station East Village Radio shut down—taking its famous glass-walled street-level studio with it. The station, its renegade founders say, had gotten too popular to survive.

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Rep. Bob Latta has just introduced a bill (H.R. 4752) that would stop the FCC from taking the necessary step to protect REAL Net Neutrality. 
This move borders on insulting and actually forbids the FCC from doing what millions of people (LIKE YOU!), companies, innovators, artists and organizations have been urging it to do: reclassify broadband providers as common carriers.

Tell Congress to say NO to this toxic bill.

Rep. Bob Latta has just introduced a bill (H.R. 4752) that would stop the FCC from taking the necessary step to protect REAL Net Neutrality.

This move borders on insulting and actually forbids the FCC from doing what millions of people (LIKE YOU!), companies, innovators, artists and organizations have been urging it to do: reclassify broadband providers as common carriers.

Tell Congress to say NO to this toxic bill.