With the Federal Communications Commission set to vote on repeal of net neutrality next month, here's how to call Congress.
After FCC Chairman Ajit Pai announced his plan to roll back net neutrality protections, the tech industry responded in unanimous opposition to the proposal.
Comcast asked the Federal Communications Commission to prevent states from creating their own net neutrality protections.
Small- and medium-sized cable providers have issued a complaint with the FCC accusing Comcast of forcing them to raise their prices on basic cable packages.
The Senate voted on a Congressional Budget Act to kill privacy rules that would have prevented internet service providers from collecting sensitive customer information without permission.
The Senate will introduce a Congressional Review Act Wednesday that would eliminate privacy protections that prevent internet service providers from collecting user data without permission. A vote is expected to take place on Thursday.
Internet service providers argued to the Federal Communications Commission that web browsing history and app usage data shouldn't be considered "sensitive" information. Here's how to protect your browsing history.
President Donald Trump introduced his first federal budget outline, which provides a first look into how his administration will handle broadband and internet infrastructure.
Verizon introduced a new plan that would exempt streaming content from its FiOS TV service from counting against data caps for mobile customers, a practice that is believed to be in violation of net neutrality.
President Donald Trump has nominated Ajit Pai, the current chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, for a second term on the commission.
Is net neutrality dead? The protections appear more in doubt than ever following a speech by FCC chairman Ajit Pai at Mobile World Congress 2017, in which he called Title II protections "a mistake."
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai revealed on Monday that he doesn't expect the commission will review the AT&T purchase of Time Warner because no wireless licenses will be exchanged in the purchase.
Broadband Privacy Rules: FCC Will Kill Rule Blocking ISPs From Collecting Information From Customers Without Permission
The Federal Communications Commission is preparing to play a stay on a rule that would require internet service providers ask customers for permission before collecting sensitive information.
The Federal Communications Commission is reportedly readying to do away with a rule requiring Charter to compete with other cable companies.
Hidden Internet, Data Service Fees: FCC Votes To Exempt 'Small' ISPs From Truth-In-Billing Transparency Rules
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to exempt internet service providers with fewer than 250,000 subscribers from transparency rules that require disclosure of fees and data cap rules.
The Federal Communications Commission authorized the use of LTE-U, a technology that promises improved connections for mobile carriers. Some critics warn it could interfere with Wi-Fi networks.
It's been nearly two years since the Federal Communications Commission passed its net neutrality rules. It's important to understand exactly what net neutrality is and how it came to be.
FCC Lifeline Program: Commission Prevents Nine Companies From Providing Subsidized Internet To Low-Income Users
The FCC has reversed a decision to expand its Lifeline program, which provides subsidized internet to low-income users.
Amazon's Kindle Fire launched Sept.6, appears to be making news for more wrong reasons than right. After news of the device lacking FCC approval for sale hit anxious customers Friday, the company seems to offer interested parties some respite as it appears to have reversed policy on the forced ads.
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will commence evaluation of the mobile broadband speed to help customers know if they are getting value for money.
Why do airlines make you turn off your "portable electronic devices" before takeoff and landing? It's a question many have asked over the years, and, while the rule is clear, the answer is decidedly foggy.
A new study by the media watchdog group Parents Television Council found that instances of "full nudity" on television are up 407 percent this season. The study, released this week, looked at depictions of nudity that involved nude bodies obscured by pixilation or carefully placed objects, a la "Austin Powers."
AT&T announced August 17 that it will limit FaceTime over 3G and 4G network to iPhone subscribers who sign up for the carrier's mobile share plans that will be launched in late August. This move has drawn criticism from interest group Public Knowledge that argued the company was "violating the FCC's Open Internet rules."
Google Fiber Rollout In Kansas City: How To Pre-Register And 5 Things To Know About ‘The Next Chapter Of The Internet’ [VIDEO]
During a keynote ceremony today Google officially announced its latest venture: Google Fiber. This move puts the search-engine giant among the likes of companies such as Verizon and Comcast as it rolls out its first service provider service.
With the tech world still reeling under the effect of Samsung and Apple devices, Motorola has upped the ante with its latest Droid Razr HD smartphone, the details which were recently leaked through a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) application.
A Slimmer PlayStation 3? Leaked Pictures Support Rumors Of Smaller, Slimmer Console From Sony [PHOTOS]
In the wake of rumors circulated about a slimmer Sony PlayStation 3 in development, newly leaked pictures appear to confirm the early reports.