Is This The End of The Internet As We Know It?

By IndyKids Staff On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), voted to roll back Obama-era rules concerning net neutrality.  Net neutrality is the idea that all data on the internet must be treated equally.  It’s also known as the “open internet.” The old rules prohibited internet service providers (ISPs) from slowing down users’ …

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A New Age of Bullying

According to The End To Cyberbullying Organization, “Bullying has been replaced by a 24 hour per day, seven days a week online monster…children, teenagers and even adults that interact via social networking, all have fallen prey to cyberbullying.”

Net Neutrality: Why Is It Important?

The Internet is on the brink of change. In January 2014, the Supreme Court ruled in Verizon v. Federal Communications Commission that Internet providers like AT&T, Time Warner Cable and Verizon are allowed to slow down or block certain websites and content from users.

Whose Space, Exactly?

Every day, I hear conversations about or AOL in the halls, and I listen to kids laugh about funny pictures that they had posted on such sites. Most kids don’t even realize that with the click of the “send” button, their conversation is posted for the world to see.