ISPs are quietly distributing "netflow" data that can, among other things, trace traffic through VPNs.
Broadband companies got rid of data caps to help people stay at home and work at home during the pandemic. The crisis is still raging, but the caps are coming back.
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.'
Streaming products like Stadia, Microsoft's xCloud, and Bethesda's Orion are incompatible with America's ISPs.
The settlement with Charter Spectrum is the largest consumer refund from an ISP in the US.
Marsha Blackburn successfully made the leap from the House to the Senate, despite the popularity of her Democratic opponent.
Three justices wanted to reconsider a lower court’s decision on net neutrality, but couldn’t get a majority because two other conservative justices had conflicts of interest and had to recuse themselves.
A new report from Stanford University shows that most commenters were knowledgeable about the issue and very much in favor of keeping the protections.
Employees are being urged to demand a veto by California Governor Jerry Brown.
The agency is using an arcane strategy to try to shut down some of the efforts to restore net neutrality.
State assembly member Miguel Santiago helped gut the bill last time, but this time he’s a cosponsor.
In 2018 alone, the telecom lobby has killed or stalled a whole host of legislation that would prevent ISPs from selling your data.