Republican lawmakers are pursuing legislation to reverse the FCC's February 26 Net Neutrality ruling, which at least one lawmaker describes as "illegal." If the ruling is implemented, the Internet would be regulated as a public utility under Title II of the Communications Act.

The UN special rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye, has praised the Net Neutrality plan of the FCC, but he ignores how Net Neutrality is already playing out in other countries.

While U.S. media ignore the IPCC head’s predatory sexcapades, Indian press prints Rajendra Pachauri’s “creepie crawlie” messages.

The FCC voted yesterday to begin regulating the Internet as a public utility under a plan known as Net Neutrality. Let that sink in. The federal government will regulate the Internet in the same way the agency already regulates the telephone and cable television industries — and it calls that "neutral."

This may be only the beginning exposure of long-simmering scadals at the UN agency. Rajendra Pachauri, longtime chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), resigned Tuesday amid sexual assault and stalking charges, faces possible arrest.

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