A watchdog group in the United Kingdom got Apple to agree to tell users when its software updates will affect device performance.
Research suggests wireless carriers routinely throttle video to sell more expensive plans—the kind of financially-motivated restrictions net neutrality was supposed to prevent.
Paying to avoid unnecessary restrictions is the new normal in the post-net neutrality world.
It starts with throttling YouTubers, and ends with silencing political speech.
A new app may be able to detect when mobile carriers slow down access to certain apps or content
Update: Apple backed off.
It's not the most efficient way of parenting, but it's certainly fun.