Ep 115. The effects of net neutrality on emergency communications

Ep 115. The effects of net neutrality on emergency communications
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Ep 115. The effects of net neutrality on emergency communications

Emergency communications are of the highest importance.  When ISP’s have the power to throttle communication channels they have the potential to interfere with emergency communications just as they did to the fire department.  Today, we will explore the issue of net neutrality on emergency communications.

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Articles Related To This Episode:

Verizon throttled fire department’s “unlimited” data during Calif. wildfire | Ars Technica
700 MHz Public Safety Spectrum | Federal Communications Commission
Radio Spectrum Allocation | Federal Communications Commission
FCC Says It’s Cracking Down On Emergency Frequency Use – Plane & Pilot Magazine
F.C.C. to Free Airwaves for Wi-Fi and Wireless Broadband – The New York Times
CERT needs its own radio frequency
Telecommunications Act of 1996 – Wikipedia


 

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