Broadband caps are little more than a cash grab that harms the most vulnerable during a crisis, lawmakers say.
Ajit Pai's FCC insists that ignoring consumers and gutting oversight of major ISPs dramatically boosted network investment. Reality suggests something else entirely.
A Consumer Reports survey of 176,000 Americans finds that small, locally owned ISPs are routinely ranked higher than big telecom companies.
Corruption and inaccurate maps have allowed ISPs to paint a rosier picture of the broadband picture than actually exists.
A new settlement requires Verizon to replace bad cable, defective equipment, and faulty back-up batteries—and to take down 64,000 double telephone poles or pole stumps.
The Los Angeles Community Broadband Project plans to use advances in wireless tech to compete with big telecom and connect the masses.
The path forward is filled with lawyers and lobbyists.
"To call these numbers a testament to our national success is insulting and not credible."
AT&T wants an "internet bill of rights" that will enshrine a world without net neutrality.
A new map shows that more communities than ever are building their own broadband networks to end big telecom's monopoly.