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The Internet is in danger — but you can help

The Internet is in danger — but you can help

November 29, 2017

On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission and Chairman Ajit Pai will vote to end the Obama-era internet protections known as net neutrality. These protections are central to an open and free Int...

CSULB weighs in on net neutrality

Josie Mandala, Contributing Writer

March 3, 2015

Filed under Arts & Life

Internet growth and innovation has flourished since the ‘90s because of its accessibility factor; anyone can go online and research, blog or download content. Luckily, for those with online lives, The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to side with net neutrality, requiring Internet service providers to treat all legal Internet content equally, according to the Los Angeles Times. The new rules will ban providers...

Five reasons not to sign up for cable TV

Ariana Sawyer, Opinions Editor

February 17, 2015

Filed under Opinions

Just like every other cool trend, back in the ‘90s, getting cable TV used to be fun and inexpensive. Now it is time to let the cable fad die. Just in case you are saying to yourself, “But what will I watch on TV?” out of sheer habit, here are some excellent reasons to kick cable out of your house. 1. Students are broke, and Hulu is cheap. The price of cable television has been rising as companies like Comcast,...