22 November 2017

What The End To Net Neutrality Means For Internet Streaming

NPR's Elise Hu talks to former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler about what the FCC decision to end so-called net neutrality means and what it will mean to consumers of internet streaming.

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FCC's Pai: 'Heavy-Handed' Net Neutrality Rules Are Stifling The Internet

The FCC chairman says repealing net neutrality is a needed return to a "free-market-based" Internet. One opponent says Ajit Pai's plan "would end the Internet as we know it."

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Don't Compromise Your Personal Information This Holiday Shopping Season

Consumers say they're worried about identity theft this holiday season, but they say these concerns won't affect how they shop. Here are steps you can take to protect your data online and in stores.

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FCC Chairman Defends Repeal Of Net Neutrality

NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, who has proposed repealing the commission's strict regulations on Internet service providers from 2015.

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'Job-Sharing' In Germany

Berlin-based startup Tandemploy aims to promote "job-sharing" as an employment model in Germany. The company uses technology to match part-time job-seekers to apply to share one full-time position.

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