On May 6, 2010, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced that the Commission would soon launch a public process seeking comment on the options for a legal framwork for regulating broadband services.
Although net neutrality protections end June 11, don't expect to see huge changes right away.
Two pivotal developments this week could dramatically expand the power and footprint of major telecom companies, altering how Americans access everything from political news to “Game of Thrones” on the Internet.
Congress is less than 50 votes from passing a measure that would restore network neutrality rules to the internet.
Former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler has challenged current Chairman Ajit Pai to push for a House vote on the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to nullify Pai's Restoring Internet Freedom order rolling back network
Democratic senators are urging Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI) to hold a vote on a resolution that would restore the Federal Communications Commission's network neutrality rules. All 49 Democratic senators signed a letter to Speaker Ryan as
Network neutrality skeptics sought to sound the alarm during a TechFreedom Hill briefing on the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to undo the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of Obama-era open internet rules.
If the California network neutrality bill passes through Assembly, the state’s size and influence on the market might make it the new broadband standard nationwide.
[Commentary] At the moment, 36 states and Washington (DC) have introduced efforts to keep network neutrality.
[Commentary] In a report on the topic, the analysts at New Street Research laid out a pretty compelling argument for how ISPs will be able to cash in on real-time sports betting by providing high-speed links to gamblers looking for an edge. “Placi
AT&T has given up its years-long quest to cripple the Federal Trade Commission's authority to regulate broadband providers.