Bishops’ communications chairman welcomes FCC vote on net neutrality

WASHINGTON (CNS) — The Federal Communications Commission’s vote Feb. 26 to preserve an “open Internet” and safeguard net neutrality was welcomed in many quarters of the country, including by the chairman of U.S. bishops’ Committee on Communications. “The Internet is a critical medium for religious speech. Radio, broadcast television and cable television are, in large…

Could the Internet change how you communicate?

March 28, 2014, edition By Zack Dunham Catholic News Service Staying in touch with family members scattered throughout the country always has posed a problem to retired seniors. Long-distance phone charges and time constraints conspire to keep families apart. However, by providing many lowcost and free communication services, the Internet allows an ever-growing number of…