FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler appears poised to propose new rules that would classify Internet service providers as public utilities in a move designed to ensure everyone has the same access to free content online.
Only 21-percent of likely voters across the U.S. want the federal government to regulate the Internet in any way.
“Network Neutrality.” You’ve been hearing a lot about it. Now it’s looking like it may be closer than ever to becoming a reality.
The Feds are taking a close look at Google’s “Street View” — and it isn’t to see if they can find their neighbors’ homes.
There are more Americans with residential broadband access these days.
Verizon Wireless has agreed to the largest settlement payout in the Federal Communications Commission’s history to clear up a controversy over so-called “mystery fees.”
Charges and countercharges are flying in the dispute between Cablevision and News Corp, the parent company of the Fox Television Networks.
You’ve heard of “sticker shock.” These days, the Feds are trying to do something about what’s some people call “cell shock.”