Court ruling makes it easier for Connecticut towns and cities to build better, faster, cheaper broadband networks.
Motherboard has obtained a leaked presentation internet service providers are using to try and lobby lawmakers against a form of encrypted browsing data.
Six out of the 10 fastest ISPs are either community-run or public/private partnerships.
The ISP, called Pocket iNet, left 73 gigabytes of extremely sensitive internet available for anyone to see.
AT&T leaned heavily on California lawmakers, using procedural trickery and misleading studies to severely weaken and ultimately kill a once-promising state net neutrality law.
If you're mad about Cambridge Analytica taking data from Facebook you should be absolutely livid about AT&T and Verizon.
Google’s 'pause' is driven largely by executive frustrations with fiber deployment costs and a fascination with the potential of next-generation wireless.
At the core of the problem is, unsurprisingly, the influence of deep-pocketed telecom operators on lawmakers and regulators.
Community-owned internet service providers are cheaper and better.
The "major milestone" achieved this week is the first step before a number of huge hurdles.
This is an evolution of a popular scheme.