Net Neutrality Archive

Is $600 for Staging Worth It? A Report Says Yes

How much sellers spend to stage their home will vary by where they are and what they have done, but generally speaking they can expect to pay $500-$600 for a few hours for a pre-photo shoot styling session and...

Elements of Net Neutrality Order Overturned

By Melanie Wyne, NAR Government Affairs The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia yesterday ruled that key elements of the Federal Communications Commissions’ 2010 Open Internet Order are invalid. The order, which sets forth what are...
January 15, 2014

On the Internet, a New Sheriff in Town

By Robert Freedman, Senior Editor, REALTOR® Magazine In the closing weeks of 2010 the Federal Communications Commission published its net neutrality rules, effectively making it the sheriff of the Internet and prompting one of the big Internet service providers,...

Net Neutrality Ruling a Win for REALTORS®

By Robert Freedman, Senior Editor, REALTOR® Magazine The Federal Communications Commission yesterday issued rules to require all Internet content to be treated the same by the companies that control the flow of Internet data into homes and offices. NAR supports this so-called...
December 22, 2010

Net Neutrality Decision Bears Watching

By Robert Freedman, senior editor, REALTOR® Magazine Imagine for a moment there’s no Internet regulatory authority over the telephone and cable companies that own the wires and pipes through which the data from Web sites flow to consumers and...
April 9, 2010