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Archive: February 5, 2015

PHOTO: Tom Wheeler (center), chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, is seeking to regulate the Internet as a utility in order to ensure

PHOENIX - Internet use in Arizona and across the nation may soon be regulated as a utility. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Tom Wheeler announced Wednesday he will seek to have the Internet regulated under Title II of the Communications Act. Whitney Kimball Coe, program associate ...Read More

PHOTO: Rositta Kenigsberg and Rita Hofrichter stand in front of one of the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center's most prized possessions: a Torah rescued from a Czechoslovakian synagogue destroyed during the Nazi occupation of World War II. Photo credit: Phil Latzman

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. - As the world marks the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi death camps in Europe, a South Florida museum is gathering stories and artifacts to document the horrors of the Holocaust. Rositta Kenigsberg is the president of the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center in ...Read More

PHOTO: The FCC chairman proposes treating the Internet like a utility, a move that advocates say could deliver access to rural Kentuckians who cannot get service. Photo by Greg Stotelmyer.

WHITESBURG, Ky. - The head of the Federal Communications Commission says the Internet should be treated like telephone service, a utility everyone is guaranteed access to. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler calls his proposal "the strongest open Internet protections ever proposed by the FCC." Mimi Pickerin ...Read More

PHOTO: Federal Communications Commission chairman Tom Wheeler is recommending the strongest open-Internet regulations ever proposed by the agency, which would classify the web the same as any other utility. Photo credit: Blalse Alleyene/Flickr.

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. - The head of the Federal Communications Commission is proposing to reclassify the Internet the same as a utility, which would improve access for rural Illinoisans. FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler announced yesterday he will seek to have the Internet regulated under Title II of the Com ...Read More

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