So far Republicans sponsoring the amendment are refusing to even officially acknowledge their support.
An engineer tells Motherboard that Starlink “Dishy McFlatface” broadband satellite dishes will likely need better heat-management systems before commercial launch.
Consumer groups say the Trump net neutrality repeal continues to harm state efforts to protect broadband consumers.
While the $3.2 billion program provides relief to struggling Americans, some ISPs are abusing it to make an additional buck during a crisis.
The FTC and six states say Frontier Communications repeatedly advertised service it knew its aging DSL network couldn’t actually provide.
Independent researchers say 42 million Americans lack access to broadband, nearly three times higher than flawed FCC estimates.
Bipartisan FTC study confirms that onerous repair restrictions hurt the public, harm the environment, and industry opposition to meaningful reform is “not supported by the record.”
An investigation by New York's attorney general has confirmed that Big Telecom paid to flood the net neutrality debate with millions of fake comments.
The majority of old phone numbers are still tied to important online accounts that can be easily taken over by hackers.
Starting next week, the Emergency Broadband Benefit will dole out $50-$75 a month to those trapped on the wrong side of the digital divide.
The telecom industry claims that neither state nor federal lawmakers can do anything about regional broadband monopolies and the high prices that result.
In the aftermath of the Derek Chauvin verdict, a Fox News advertising boycott won't work because the company makes so much money from cable bundle fees.