Have you heard that opposing government regulation is now akin to supporting censorship? Does this make sense to anyone else?

It apparently does to White House Deputy Technology Office Andrew McLaughlin. This week McLaughlin compared opposing government mandated control over Internet content delivery the same thing as China censoring the Internet. He continued,

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Online Gaming Needs QoS

On November 24, 2009 By

Some guy named spastkid at gamepolitics.com responded to my criticism of the ECA supporting Net Neutrality, which is essentially the same thing that I posted here the other day.? The guy responded with what will always be a typical response.? This is that game traffic won’t have prioritization, but neither will the other [...]

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The ECA Keeps Getting It Wrong

On November 20, 2009 By

It baffles me that ECA (Entertainment Consumers Association) continues to step on their own toes with the net neutrality issue. If the ECA truly supports video games then they are doing video gamers a disservice by supporting anything to do with net neutrality regulation.

The FCC NPRM proposed last month prevents ANY discremination [...]

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Modern Warfare 2: Cyber Crime

On November 9, 2009 By

Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Activision/Billizard have taken a strong stance on early leaks and piracy of the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.  The video game, which is on pace to set all time sales records based on pre-order figures is a seriously hot commodity in the [...]

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cisco2

Originally published at DigitalSociety.

Cisco has recently entered the video game market…sort of.  myPlanNet can be found at the link.  The game is a Sim City type RTS (real-time strategy) simulation game that places you at the center of the early 1990′s when public knowledge of the Internet is extremely limited.

You [...]

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Originally published at DigitalSociety.

I came across a post today by Robin Harris on the new Net Neutrality rules proposed by the FCC.  The title of which insinuated that Net Neutrality rules will create a faster Internet.  But the actual data suggests something entirely different.

The argument is made in the article [...]

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