What is the right way to run the internet? After months of pitched debate over so-called net neutrality, the FCC will finally vote on a proposal that will prevent broadband providers from slowing down or speeding up certain websites.
While there’s little doubt about the outcome of the vote, Thursday’s FCC hearing could still bring some surprises. Here’s an overview of how the process will unfold, key issues to watch, and what will happen next.
MIT’s Technology Review & David Talbot ask: why can’t we vote online?
Simple answer: Fundamental security problems are not yet solved.
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Are you ready to vote in next week’s primary? If not, visit eVoter; where you can find your polling place for next Tuesday’s election. After you enter your address you can also view what your ballot will look like and print out your selections to take with you to your polling place.
Join us this semester as we take a look back at the history of television. Get involved by voting for the oldest television program you remember watching.
What is the oldest television program you remember watching?
- Leave it to Beaver (1957 - 1963) (33%, 33 Votes)
- I Dream of Jeanie (1965-1970) (23%, 23 Votes)
- Home Improvement (1991 to 1998) (23%, 23 Votes)
- Alf (1986 - 1990) (15%, 15 Votes)
- Welcome Back Kotter (1974-1979) (5%, 5 Votes)
- The Texico Star Theatre w/ Milton Burle (1948-1953) (1%, 1 Votes)
- St. Elsewhere (1982-1988) (1%, 1 Votes)
Total Voters: 100
Also, feel free to list your favorites not in our poll in the comments section!