“The Chairman’s plan to reclassify broadband as a Title II service is a tremendous win for consumers."
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.
President Obama says he's going to help cities ignore these laws that restrict them from building their own high-speed networks.
AT&T won’t be the last company to get sued for data throttling.
The future of Netflix and YouTube is being debated in a series of public hearings in Canada, with implications for the world.
Pelosi’s endorsement of so-called Title II reclassification represents a major political boost for supporters of net neutrality.
The company argues that tax breaks for private broadband companies will "induce them to expand broadband deployment to unserved areas.”
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