US Broadband: The FCC and Network Neutrality at Wired Pen is a masterful summary of the current state of things.
Adactio has some good advice about WAI-ARIA Landmark roles, HTML5, and CSS attribute selectors.
I asked this question on Quora after some discussion about it here on Web Teacher. So far no one has answered. Do you have an answer?
In HTML5, should aria-level be used with header and hgroup elements as a best practice?
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced today that the FCC will create new rules to prevent carriers from blocking, slowing or favoring particular types of content.
The FCC has used four policy princples since 2005 (download PDF) to make decisions around Net Neutrality. Now two more rules are proposed. The new rules take the positions that broadband operators (both wireless and landline) cannot discriminate against Web content and that operators must make network management transparent.
The new rules are not in effect yet. They will be presented to the FCC in an October meeting. I’m sure we’ll see the opposition to Net Neutrality (Comcast, AT&T and other broadband carriers) step up efforts to prevent this from happening. In the meantime, you can keep up with the folks who advocate net neutrality at Save the Internet.
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