The loophole Comcast is using to threaten the open internet.
Not with court battles, but with "free" data.
There’s nothing on the books to prevent T-Mobile from not charging for some wireless data, but open internet advocates believe this may set a dangerous precedent.
The European Parliament votes in favor of net neutrality legislation that permits internet fast and slow lanes.
“A shocking display of regulatory overreach,” the candidate says.
50 complaints released by the FCC reveal a lot of frothing about overpaying for slow connections, but not much about actual net neutrality.
And don’t even think about calling it a “human right.”
San Diego webcaster objects to TWC’s interconnection policy.
It's a record fine.
House Republicans are trying to use the 2016 federal budget to undermine the FCC's new open internet rules.