An AT&T customer for life, Aaron Epstein is angry the company still can’t provide his LA address with anything faster than 3 Mbps in 2021.
Sanders promises to break up media monopolies, restore net neutrality, and embrace the countless towns and cities that are building their own broadband networks.
But a history of privacy scandals makes them the worst candidates for the job.
The state senate Communications and Conveyance Committee voted 8-2 in favor of net neutrality bill SB-822.
State assembly member Miguel Santiago helped gut the bill last time, but this time he’s a cosponsor.
Despite endless government initiatives, updated regulations and a laundry list of promises from industry, the problem is worse than ever.
“Watching us, watching them, watching us.”
Hillary Clinton is taking a more cautious approach to the proposed $85 billion merger.
US regulators will examine the merger closely for evidence of antitrust harm.
The infamous hacker wants reparations. And statues of domestic terrorists, apparently.
You're already getting your internet from them, if it comes with satellite TV channels, that might just stop you from cutting the cord.
Today in the department of bad ideas, we have a pair of San Antonio high schools that's decided to tag its students with RFID chips so that they can track their every move on campus. Starting this fall, the Northside Independent School District will be...