Some of the world's largest tech companies are preparing to stand up for net neutrality...again.
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The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that chairman Ajit Pai's proposal to roll back net neutrality protections will move forward.
The Fight for the Future advocacy group said it's "extremely skeptical" about the commission's claim it was attacked.
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Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai revealed a proposal to roll back the net neutrality protections introduced by the Obama administration.
The IRS and the Department of Education announced that the IRS Data Retrieval Tool was taken offline in late March after a possible breach until extra security protections could be put in place.
YouTube rolled out a new paid subscription service called YouTube TV, which, as the name suggests, offers live television channels for a monthly fee.
Alissa Cooper, a Fellow at Cisco who's worked with the IETF in various capacities since 2008, will be the Internet Engineering Task Force's new leader.
Chrome 57 started rolling out with support for CSS Grid Layout, WebAssembly, and multiple other smaller features. The DRM toggle is also back in the Chrome settings.
Microsoft, Apple, Google, Facebook, and Intel were among those who signed. Companies that previously spoke out on the ban such as AMD, however, were not.