The feds are mounting a fierce push to save consumers billions of dollars a year.
A Silicon Valley lawmaker pushes back against Big Cable.
Consumers will no longer be required to rent an old-school cable box, according to the agency.
The appeals court decision comes as the FCC is seeking to force cable companies to let consumers use third-party cable boxes.
The EU’s top telecom authority issues robust new guidelines following 500,000 comments.
Six months after revealing its intentions, the FCC continues to face opposition to its plan to let you chose your own cable box.
A partisan battle is brewing over publicly-owned broadband networks.
A court has killed an FCC challenge to anticompetitive telecom laws all over the country.
Federal regulators are trying to lower sky-high phone rates for inmates and their families, which advocate say reduces recidivism.
The cable giant is exploring how to gain greater access to user data.