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.
Big Telecom is resisting efforts by the government to require it to include 5G availability in broadband maps.
A new report shows that the number of people who only watch TV through streaming services increased from around 5 million households to 14 million.
GOP lawmakers are telling the FCC not to enforce federal law.
Industry reaction to Trump’s FCC appointment: Tremendous. Terrific. The Best.
New rules would require “opt-in” consent before ISPs can harvest “sensitive” data.
What do an environmental group in Ohio, a small military radio program, and a network of rural hospitals in Texas all have in common? They apparently got bamboozled into helping kill net neutrality.