By Soulskill from Slashdot's not-neutrality department
New submitter grimmjeeper
writes: IDG News reports, "A group of Republican lawmakers has introduced a bill that would invalidate the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's recently passed net neutrality rules. The legislation (PDF), introduced by Representative Doug Collins, a Georgia Republican, is called a resolution of disapproval, a move that allows Congress to review new federal regulations from government agencies, using an expedited legislative process."
This move should come as little surprise to anyone. While the main battle in getting net neutrality has been won, the war is far from over.
The legislation was only proposed now because the FCC's net neutrality rules were just published in the Federal Register today
. In addition to the legislation, a new lawsuit was filed
in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit by USTelecom, a trade group representing ISPs.Read Replies (0)
By samzenpus from Slashdot's read-all-about-it department
writes Michael W. Lucas has been writing technical books for a long time, drawing on his experience as both a system and a network administrator. He has mastered the art of making it both easy and enjoyable to inhale large amounts of information; that's my way of saying he writes books well and he's a funny guy. Networking for System Administrators, available both in DRM-free ebook and dead tree formats, is his latest book, and it's no exception to this trend.
Keep reading for the rest of Saint Aardvark's review. Networking for Systems Administrators
author Michael W. Lucas
publisher Tilted Windmill Press
reviewer Saint Aardvark
summary Explains networking to sysadmins - both juniors new to this career, and those who have been around for a whileRead Replies (0)