The debate surrounding net neutrality continues and just because there’s been a minor win for Internet users it doesn’t mean that all is good and well in the world of free web access. Current news […]
Today, Vuze co-signed a letter to the FCC supporting an open Internet with a group of 24 internet CEOs and founders, including Amazon, Craigslist, Digg, eBay, Facebook, Flickr, Google, IAC, LinkedIn, Skype, Tivo, Twitter, YouTube, […]
TV Everywhere is like oil companies saying “Oh you can have all the electric cars you want, as long as you still spend $250/month on gas.” Last week, Vuze was asked to participate […]
It was a great day for the Internet, today. Just hours ago, the FCC ruled that Comcast violated federal policy by interfering with certain Internet traffic. In doing so, it took an important step toward […]
FCC Chairman, Kevin Martin’s conclusion last week that Comcast had been improperly blocking bittorrent traffic was, for us, a major milestone in what has been an exciting journey that began in November of last year. […]
I read the news this week of an arrangement between Comcast and BitTorrent, Inc. (called a “non-deal” by some) with great interest. My initial reaction was “Great, Comcast has finally seen the light. Cooperation is […]
I thought the FCC showed leadership, by organizing high-profile hearings, just 3 months after Vuze and various consumer groups filed petitions and complaints. Policy-makers, academics, network operators, and pioneer companies like Vuze got to offer their perspectives on what basic principles should guide the Evolution of the Internet.