by Lauren C. Williams Nov 7, 2015
The Federal Communications Commission tossed out a consumer-led petition Friday that would have prevented websites and companies such as Google and Facebook from tracking users on request.
by Bryce Covert Oct 1, 2015
The agency's chairman has proposed capping rates that reach $17 for a 15-minute call.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 31, 2015
Lobbyists representing almost every major telecom company have called on a federal court to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) net neutrality rules implemented earlier this year.
by Lauren C. Williams Jun 17, 2015 Updated: Jun 30, 2015
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: "Consumers deserve to get what they pay for."
by Lauren C. Williams Apr 14, 2015
Shots fired: Broadband industry groups launch first legitimate lawsuits to undo net neutrality.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 19, 2015
"It’s such a clever document."
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 12, 2015
After a yearlong debate and landmark vote, the net neutrality rules are here! All 400 pages.
by Lauren C. Williams Mar 4, 2015
Even though the FCC passed net neutrality rules last week, no one knows how they will enforce them. Moreover, they might be powerless to protect consumers from the harms of big telecom mergers such as Comcast and Time Warner.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 24, 2015
The top myths and misconceptions still plaguing the net neutrality debate days before the FCC votes on its final proposal.
by Lauren C. Williams Feb 5, 2015
Let the viral video wars begin.