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The FCC sent a clear message that the status quo is not acceptable, a view that is not shared by the cable and telecom industry.
Google Fiber’s bold expansion into new US markets may improve the chances that Comcast’s $45 billion Time Warner Cable buyout will be approved by US regulators, according to industry analysts.
Cities that want to build super-fast community internet networks received a big political boost Thursday.
Almost overnight, Obama has made internet policy a major political battleground between the White House and GOP lawmakers.
The city has finally awarded its payphone wifi contract, and says there's no need to worry about its advertising system.
A fierce political and legal showdown will follow the president's announcement that he supports regulating US internet service providers.
The net neutrality coalition, which has been unified enough to spike SOPA and get 3.7 million comments on open internet rules, is now starting to show cracks.
Sen. Patrick Leahy says Comcast should agree to net neutrality if its merger with Time Warner Cable is approved.
“Wheeler is playing word games,” said Marvin Ammori, a prominent First Amendment lawyer who supports net neutrality. “It doesn’t make sense. There’s a huge difference between Wheeler's rhetoric and his proposal.”
Will the auction giant join the ALEC exodus?