Internet Service Providers Collect, Sell Horrifying Amount of Sensitive Data, Government Study Concludes
“Even though several of the ISPs promise not to sell consumers personal data, they allow it to be used, transferred, and monetized by others."
Once again a lack of industry oversight and meaningful rules means the cellular industry wasn’t fully prepared for disaster.
Consumer groups say the Trump net neutrality repeal continues to harm state efforts to protect broadband consumers.
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.
Lawmakers are demanding answers from Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, Cox, and other cable companies who have 'done nothing' to stop disinformation on OANN, Newsmax, and Fox News.
NYC Mesh's leaders hope the disaster highlights the need for better, universal broadband free of monopoly domination.
The company is the second major US ISP to suspend controversial monthly usage caps in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.
ISPs say that a law requiring users to opt-in to having their location and financial data sold is a 'burdensome restriction' on their 'protected speech.'
AT&T said a net neutrality repeal and tax cut would result in new jobs and more broadband investment. It's cut tens of thousands of jobs and is spending less than ever.
Many gamers don’t even know they have a broadband cap. That’s about to change.
The US lost the race to fast, affordable 4G. The wireless industry now wants the public to believe that 5G will be a silver bullet.