After decades of promise, the internet is finally starting to transform politics, just not in the way that we would have expected. In the ‘90s, digital prophets were riding a wave of optimism for our online future. The internet presented the chance to bring people together and to create e-citizens, who are more informed and … Continue reading Populism in the internet age
Net neutrality can be defined as the principle that an internet service provider (ISP) such as AT&T or Verizon treat all the legal data online equally regardless of its sender and receiver. Thus, under net neutrality, ISPs are not able to slow down, block or charge an extra fee to consumers for certain content. It … Continue reading Is your internet service provider throttling you?