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What is net neutrality about? Protecting us from corporate power | Matt Stoller

Net neutrality is a rule against censorship and manipulation. The vote to repeal it would do real damage to our democracy

This Thursday, Ajit Pai, Donald Trump’s choice to chair the Federal Communications Commission, will force a vote to repeal net neutrality protections for broadband providers. This is an important step backwards for our democracy. It will affect what consumers pay for broadband and what we can buy. More importantly, it will affect what we as citizens can say and to whom we can say it.

In the age of Trump, a move to concentrate the power of speech in the hands of telecommunications giants whose financial fate depends on Republican political control is terrifying.

What is net neutrality?

Related: Why we should be wary of ending net neutrality | Emily Bell

Related: The man who could doom net neutrality: Ajit Pai ignores outcry from all sides

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Apple fixes HomeKit bug that allowed remote unlocking of users' doors

Security flaw in latest iPhone and iPad iOS 11.2 software meant hackers could potentially gain remote control of lights, cameras and locks in smart homes

Apple has been forced to fix a security hole within its HomeKit smart home system that could have allowed hackers to unlock users’ smart locks or other devices.

The bug within iOS 11.2 permitted unauthorised remote control of HomeKit-enabled devices. Such devices include smart lights, plugs and other gadgets, but also includes smart locks and garage door openers.

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NBN delay to 250,000 households a 'teething problem', minister says

Mitch Fifield concedes there are issues to work through in early rollout period of any NBN technology, but they are ‘very fixable’

The government and Telstra have defended NBN Co’s suspension of its rollout of the HFC network. About 250,000 households that were to receive the NBN over the next six months will now have to wait after the company halted the rollout of services through pay TV cables.

The news sparked complaints from Australians who were scheduled to get the new service, and commiserations from people who already had it but weren’t that impressed anyway.

Related: NBN Co warns of delays after suspending rollout of HFC network

I still can't get over how Australia's national broadband network company turned "Delay to HFC network rollout by 6-9 months due to reliability issues" into: "NBN Co takes customer experience improvement program to new levels".

It cracks me up every time.

I’m really disappointed. I’m relying on @NBN_Australia as I still have awful internet that’s via sim. Australia is so shitty.

To the people complaining that this will impact them getting NBN- don’t worry, you could be getting better speeds with what you’re having now than if you were on it. The speeds I have been getting are terribly inconsistent, the thought of what NBN is is nicer than the service.

Hey @Telstra and @NBN_Australia, I've got a joke for you! What does Angola, Mauritius, Guatemala, Kyrgyzstan and Brunei have in common? They have a faster more reliable internet network than our whole country and aren't misleading. I pay for 100/2 -Speed today: 14mb/s D 0.9mb/s U

I would love to bag the NBN. But we have fibre to the house. An all you can eat plan with maximum speed. It has been stunning regularly 95mbps down and 36mbps up. And that is with Iinet and their shitty modem router we mostly live stream everything

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Supreme court cellphone case puts free speech – not just privacy – at risk

Carpenter v United States has rightly prompted concerns over surveillance. But it could also have drastic implications for personal freedom in the digital age

On Wednesday, the supreme court will consider whether the government must obtain a warrant before accessing the rich trove of data that cellphone providers collect about cellphone users’ movements. Among scholars and campaigners, there is broad agreement that the case could yield the most consequential privacy ruling in a generation.

Less appreciated is the significance of the case for rights protected by the first amendment. The parties’ briefs make little mention of the first amendment, instead framing the dispute – for understandable reasons – as one about the right to privacy. Yet the court’s resolution of the case is likely to have far-reaching implications for the freedoms of speech, press and association.

Related: Donald Trump wants to keep our draconian surveillance laws. Don't let him do it | Trevor Timm

Related: Facial recognition is here. The iPhone X is just the beginning | Clare Garvie

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Net neutrality: why are Americans so worried about it being scrapped?

Most of the world won’t be affected by the changes, so are they a problem? No, if you are a tech monopoly – but yes if you don’t want a two-tier internet

Ajit Pai, head of the US telecoms regulator, revealed sweeping changes on Tuesday to overturn rules designed to protect an open internet.

The regulations, put in place by the Obama administration in 2015, enshrined the principle of “net neutrality” in US law. Net neutrality is the idea that internet service providers should not interfere in the information they transmit to consumers, but should instead simply act as “dumb pipes” that treat all uses, from streaming video to sending tweets, interchangeably.

In Portugal, with no net neutrality, internet providers are starting to split the net into packages. pic.twitter.com/TlLYGezmv6

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'We could build something revolutionary': how tech set underground music free

YouTube, social media and even Bitcoin are allowing musicians to reject major labels and go it alone – but the industry is fighting back. Can artists use technology to stay truly independent?

In the 20th century, the vast majority of music you heard and bought was controlled by a small number of companies: record labels, radio stations and other dominators of the media. Artists needed them to reach the public and the public’s choice was prescribed by what these gatekeepers believed could best turn a profit. You liked it or lumped it. Now, however, a networked world is giving artists and audiences the tools to reject those companies for ever.

Think like an entrepreneur

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