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What You Need To Know About Yoox & Net-a-Porter

Net-a-Porter is an online retail giant. Whether you can afford the to shop there or not, the site is a powerful force (complete with corresponding magazine) to say the least. So news that Net-a-Porter will merge with Italian site Yoox is kind of a…
By Olivia Muenter

What You Should Know About Net Neutrality If Your Nights Consist Of Netflix & Chill

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is set to approve new rules on Thursday that will eliminate net neutrality and allow internet service providers to do a number of things that, under current law, they're not allowed to do. And considering…
By Seth Millstein

Ajit Pai's Net Worth Suggests The FCC Chairman Has More Than Just Net Neutrality On His Plate

With the fate of net neutrality currently in the hands of one last Senate vote this Wednesday, there are a multitude of questions that lawmakers and pundits on either side of the aisle are looking to answer. One of the major questions is whether…
By Caroline Burke

21 Ways Your Life Will Change Without Net Neutrality, From Netflix To Paying Rent

In a majority vote Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission decided to kill rules that protected Americans' right to a "free and open" internet. These rules had safeguarded what's called "net neutrality," meaning that any website you visit…
By Jenny Hollander

California Has A Brilliant Plan To Bring Back Net Neutrality

Against much public outcry, the Federal Communications Commission ruled yesterday to repeal what's known as net neutrality — a policy that essentially prohibits internet service providers from privileging some content over others. The party-line FCC…
By Jessicah Lahitou

11 Net Neutrality Questions You Were Too Afraid To Ask

Americans are once again talking about net neutrality thanks to Senate Democrats. The Senate was expected to vote Wednesday afternoon on reversing the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) decision to repeal net neutrality protections, which…
By Morgan Brinlee

These Trump Advisors Could Ruin Your Netflix Plans

President-elect Donald Trump's transition into the presidency continued Monday with the announcement of new advisors to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). These positions, perhaps understandably, received much less attention than his picks…
By Elizabeth Strassner

Net Neutrality Is Officially Over. Here’s What To Know — And What You Can Do.

Monday marked the official repeal of net neutrality rules, which were initially passed by the Obama administration in 2015 to ensure everyone had equal access to any and all content on the internet. But now, internet service providers are no longer…
By Kavitha George

Here's How Repealing Net Neutrality Could Change The Way You Use The Internet

Considering how soon the internet could change as we know it, you might be wondering how net neutrality affects you on a daily basis. This set of rules protects everyday internet users, like you and me, from the whims of massive corporations looking…
By Mehreen Kasana

Why The FCC's Net Neutrality Decision Is A Stealth Attack On Feminism

On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it plans to roll back Obama-era net neutrality protections, meaning that Americans' equal access to all internet content could be eradicated in the near-future. While this…
By Sarah Friedmann

How Repealing Net Neutrality Will Disproportionately Impact The Black Community

Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal net neutrality, meaning America’s access to an equal and open internet could become a thing of the past. Democrats in Congress have vowed to fight the decision, but if they are…
By Katie Mitchell

What America Could Look Like If Net Neutrality Is Thrown Out The Window

On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it is planning to reverse Obama-era net neutrality protections. If the FCC proceeds with these plans, it could limit Americans' ability to equally access the internet and all of…
By Sarah Friedmann

Reese Witherspoon's Draper James x Net-A-Porter Collab Is So Cute

Not only is Reese Witherspoon a great actor, but she's also a very stylish lady, which is why you're going to love her Draper James x Net-A-Porter collab, which is filled with summery pieces fit for a southern belle (or anyone who has a solid…
By Melanie Richtman

This Net Neutrality Update Could Bring Back The Open Internet

On Monday, top Democrats announced a new update in the net neutrality debate. Fifty lawmakers have endorsed a resolution to restore Federal Communications Commission net neutrality regulations, after the agency voted to repeal them in December 2017.…
By Sarah Beauchamp

Here's What You Can Expect Next If Net Neutrality Ends

On Thursday morning, the Federal Communications Commissions' Republican majority is expected to vote in favor of dismantling Obama-era net neutrality regulations. Rolling back net neutrality legislation would give internet service providers the…
By Madhuri Sathish

The 'RHOD' Stars Are Doing Well For Themselves

For a show called The Real Housewives, the events that occur can often seem pretty unreal — but the series are simply a look at what the world is like when money is just an object. The combined net worth of The Real Housewives of Dallas stars is…
By Jack O'Keeffe

Trump Said He Was Worth $10 Billion When He Campaigned. He's Worth A Helluva Lot Less Now

In 2011, Donald Trump told Good Morning America, "Part of the beauty of me is that I am very rich." But the president's financial power has dipped, at least according to a recent Bloomberg report. On Thursday, the publication reported that Trump's…
By Mehreen Kasana

The Fight For Net Neutrality Isn't Over — Here’s What You Can Do To Help

If you thought that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)'s Dec. 14 vote to roll back Obama-era net neutrality regulations meant the end of the fight for an open internet, you were wrong. The battle continues and has been taking on new…
By Monica Hunter-Hart

Why Everyone Is Outraged Over This Net Neutrality Video

On Thursday, as the Federal Communications Commission was abolishing net neutrality, a conservative website produced a video intended to explain why it thinks net neutrality isn't all that important to internet freedom. That video immediately drew…
By Seth Millstein

Net Neutrality Might Be Trump's Next Target

While some of President Trump's more controversial policies have gained the national spotlight since he took office in January, his administration has quietly been working to repeal key Obama-era policies that protect net neutrality and ensure equal…
By Samantha Mendoza

5 Net Neutrality Petitions To Sign If You Want To Keep The Free & Open Internet Alive

On Wednesday, May 16, the United States Senate will vote on whether or not to repeal net neutrality rule changes implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Back in April, the FCC ordered an end to Obama-era net neutrality…
By Sarah Friedmann

A Net Neutrality Repeal Could Completely Change How You Use Your Phone

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is voting to decide whether or not to keep net neutrality regulations in place, and getting rid of these rules — which were enacted in 2015 by the Obama administration — would mean allowing Internet…
By Sarah Beauchamp

Say Goodbye To The Free & Open Internet

After months of heated discussion, the results of the net neutrality vote in the Federal Communications Commission are finally in. As expected, the FCC has voted to repeal the net neutrality laws governing the internet. It's a noted victory for…
By Lani Seelinger

The Only Woman FCC Commissioner Released A Statement On Net Neutrality Ending, And Wow

Farewell, net neutrality. The day marking the end of open internet protections is here, despite several efforts by lawmakers, tech companies, and members of the public to put it back in place. On the day it officially came to a halt, the only female…
By Angela Chen

Could Donald Trump Be The Richest President Ever?

Donald Trump's surname often evokes images of wealth and grandeur, but it might not mean the same thing when it's plastered across a campaign poster. On Tuesday, headline after headline and tweet after tweet blasted Trump's presidential campaign for…
By Alex Gladu

Is The 'Vanderpump Rules' Cast Making Bank?

There is a new season of Vanderpump Rules currently upon us and you know what that means: a whole new season of watching my favorite group of drama addicts live well beyond their means. With all of the crazy shenanigans that the employees of SUR…
By Alaina Urquhart-White

Here Are The Real Reasons Democrats & Republicans Just Can't Agree On Net Neutrality

Republican Senator Ted Cruz once called net neutrality "Obamacare for the internet," and it's obvious that the issue has a pretty stark party split: go right if you're against it and left if you're for it. But the reasons behind net neutrality as a…
By Angela Chen

How To Call Congress About Net Neutrality & Make Your Voice Heard ASAP

On Dec. 14, the way you use internet may change. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under Donald Trump's administration will be weighing in on the issue of net neutrality. Whether you're for it or against, here's what you can do to get in…
By Mehreen Kasana

Twitter Is Spoiling For A Fight After Trump’s FCC Repeals Open Internet Rules

Despite widespread concern and outrage from the public, the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 to repeal net neutrality protections Thursday in a vote split along party lines. Given the massive interest and controversy surrounding the FCC…
By Morgan Brinlee

Celebs With The Same Net Worth As Real Housewives

I am a huge fan of the Real Housewives. But I know that there a lot of people who look down them for being reality television stars and don't feel they have the same entertainment value that I do. I understand that a lot of people really don't want…
By Marenah Dobin

Comcast Trolled Over Net Neutrality

Were you happy when the FCC voted to back net neutrality Thursday? If your sympathies lie with the coalition of activists who fought this cause for years, then the answer is probably yes. For all of those people, a little celebration seems in order,…
By Chris Tognotti

How Twitter Is Protesting To Keep The Internet Open To All

On Dec. 14, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on whether or not to reverse net neutrality, a decision that could effectively end the internet as we know it, allowing providers to prioritize access to certain websites over others.…
By Sarah Beauchamp

Prince Harry’s Net Worth Is A Significant Fortune, But Nowhere Near That Of The Queen

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wedding weekend is finally here. And, naturally, fans want to know everything there is to know about the couple. While plenty of details about the May 19 wedding have already been revealed, what about the financial…
By Meghan DeMaria

The Senate Just Voted To Save Net Neutrality — But It's Not Over Yet

After Democrats forced a vote on Wednesday afternoon, the United States Senate voted to protect net neutrality regulations. The news arrives shortly after the chairman of the Republican-controlled Federal Communications Commission, Ajit Pai,…
By Mehreen Kasana

This FCC Member Says Net Neutrality Is Today's "Engine For Entrepreneurship"

Thursday, Dec. 14 is a major day for internet service providers, tech companies, and everyday internet consumers as the Federal Communications Commission votes on whether to dismantle net neutrality regulations. While much of the limelight is on FCC…
By Priscilla Totiyapungprasert

The FCC Just Approved Net Neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission gave reason to celebrate on Thursday; the FCC ruled to approve net neutrality, imposing strict regulations on Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for the handling of data that flow through their networks. Voting…
By Clarissa-Jan Lim

How Much Are The 'RHOBH' Women Really Worth?

Let's keep it real, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars are in a league of their own if you're talking money. Yes, all of the cities in the Real Housewives franchise feature wealthy women with lavish lifestyles, but about Beverly Hills really…
By Marenah Dobin

How The 'RHOA' Maintain Those Luxe Lives

On Sunday, Nov. 8, the Real Housewives of Atlanta return for Season 8 on Bravo. With NeNe Leakes’ exit, and the addition of former Facts of Life star Kim Fields, this series shakeup has fans excited to tune in all over again. While a juicy trailer…
By Caroline Gerdes

Christiane Amanpour's Net Worth Speaks To Her Long (& Successful) Career In Journalism

Now that CNN's chief international correspondent will replace former PBS anchor Charlie Rose's late-night talk show with her very own segment, you might be wondering what Christiane Amanpour's net worth is. Think in terms of millions of dollars,…
By Mehreen Kasana

How To Help Save Net Neutrality Before It’s Too Late

The words "net neutrality" still sound like a vague political concept that can't possibly have any impact on your life, but if you are a modern denizen of the internet, that couldn't be any farther from the truth. You'll definitely learn what it is…
By Lani Seelinger

Net-A-Sporter Is Here You Guys

Net-a-Sporter debuted Tuesday into the online shopping world and, as you probably guessed, the site is 1. Net-a-Porter's sister site and 2. dedicated to all things fitness. The site is seriously user friendly, divided into ten sections based on…
By Samantha Matthews

Here's How Much Tom Hiddleston Is Worth

Ever wonder just how much the man who brought Loki to life is worth? Come on, I know you've probably asked yourself on multiple occasions: What is Tom Hiddleston's net worth? When it comes the entertainment industry, it definitely isn't some big…
By Allyson Koerner

These Net Neutrality Memes Are Peak Internet

The Federal Communications Commission made a decision on Thursday that could endanger a free and open Internet, so people on Twitter responded in a fitting way: with memes to protest the net neutrality repeal. The FCC voted 3-2 to repeal Obama-era…
By Madhuri Sathish

Net Neutrality Is A Step Closer To Coming Back — Here's What Happens Next

The Senate struck a major blow in favor of net neutrality on Wednesday. Senators voted to reverse the Federal Communications Commission's action against Obama-era net neutrality rules, and while it's an occasion that will surely be hailed by…
By Chris Tognotti

Trump’s Lawyer Has Made Some Serious Bank

On Monday, the New York Times reported the FBI raided Donald Trump's lawyer's office. The Times reporter Matt Apuzzo wrote that the FBI took documents related to the president's lawyer paying adult film star Stormy Daniels a whopping $130,000…
By Mehreen Kasana

How You Can Watch The Net Neutrality Vote From Anywhere

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to vote on a controversial plan to end net neutrality on Thursday. The Republican-led commission will consider a proposal to repeal Title II classifications currently prohibiting internet providers…
By Morgan Brinlee

How Fake Comments May Have Affected The FCC's Decision To Repeal Net Neutrality

On Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it plans to repeal net neutrality regulations next month, essentially giving internet providers control over which websites its customers can access, as well as the content they…
By Courtney Vinopal

These Pros & Cons Of Net Neutrality Are Key To Understanding The Heated Debate

On the morning of Dec. 14 at 10:30 a.m. ET the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on net neutrality. The outcome of this vote could drastically change the way you use the internet and how companies profit from your internet…
By Priscilla Totiyapungprasert

How Net Neutrality Is About To Silence Anyone Who's Not A Rich White Man

I'm not going to lie, I like to argue. And you know what? I'm good at it. I take on Donald Trump and his terrible policies for a living, and I'm not afraid to go head-to-head with any of his minions. And do you know why I'm not scared? I worked in…
By Karine Jean-Pierre

The Internet Wasn't All That Different Before Net Neutrality — But That's Not The Point

On Wednesday, the Senate will likely vote on a bill to reinstate the net neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission repealed in December. Although the bill has a chance of passing the Senate, it almost certainly won't become law, as…
By Seth Millstein