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Why Net Neutrality is Vital to America’s Small Businesses

Net neutrality, the philosophy of preserving the freedom and openness of the Internet, has been one of the most widely debated issues of the modern broadband era. Content providers, online businesses, consumer advocates and many major Internet application companies stand in one corner, supporting unrestricted access, while legacy telecommunications and cable Internet Service Providers (ISPs) […]

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8x8 Radio Spots

We kicked off a new advertising campaign today which is focused on the greater San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley in California.  We have posted three new radio advertisements that are part of this campaign on our website at      

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Letter from Congresswoman Eschoo

Congresswoman Eshoo penned the following editorial which appears in the April 13, 2010 San Jose Mercury News. I wholeheartedly agree with its content and her sentiments: Opinion: Eshoo: FCC already has the power to regulate free, open Internet By Anna J. Eshoo Special to the Mercury News Posted: 04/12/2010 08:00:00 PM PDT Last week this newspaper’s editorial page and […]

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Mercury News Story on Net Neutrality

8x8 is featured inn April 7th 2010 story about net neutrality, the issue of whether the FCC has the authority  to regulate the Internet. The article appeared the San Jose Mercury News and was written by Chris O’Brien. O’Brien: Why net neutrality matters to one Sunnyvale company By Chris O’Brien Mercury News Columnist Posted: 04/06/2010 04:54:13 PM […]

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