Blog: Net Neutrality


By Jessica Ertel, Associate Articles Editor The D.C. Court of Appeals recently turned down federal net neutrality legislation, thus allowing Internet service providers to charge Internet companies fees for faster delivery of Internet content. Net neutrality legislation requires that broadband providers treat all Internet traffic equally. The Federal Communications Commission …

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Symposium Series: What Is Information Governance?


     by Peter Sloan, Husch Blackwell LLP February 5, 2014           If anything cries out for organizational governance today, surely it is information.   Data volumes are rising relentlessly; information is flowing in and out of organizations more pervasively than ever; and mobile computing, cloud services, big data analytics, and social networking …

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