Regulators aren’t sold on the companies’ claims that fewer competitors means more competition and lower prices.
Fight for the Future's Evan Greer talks about her experiences as an activist and trans woman in "She/her/they/them."
When the Ajit Pai-led FCC killed net neutrality, the agency said that the FTC would step in to protect consumers. Now, that seems unlikely.
Last minute attempts to weaken the proposal failed as bill now moves toward a showdown in the House and Senate.
Activists say efforts to “compromise” at this juncture would only weaken rules with broad, bipartisan public support.
New proposal would enshrine the FCC’s 2015 rules into law, banning ISPs from behaving anti-competitively.
Ajit Pai's FCC insists that ignoring consumers and gutting oversight of major ISPs dramatically boosted network investment. Reality suggests something else entirely.
Network investment is down, layoffs abound, and networks are falling apart. This isn’t the glorious future Ajit Pai promised.
Internal documents obtained by Motherboard show that the company is preparing for layoffs—megamergers, deregulation, and tax breaks aren’t providing the public benefits AT&T promised.
Geoffrey Starks has been an assistant bureau chief at the FCC’s enforcement bureau since 2015.
The FCC insists a new report proves that broadband competition is raging and prices have dropped. The reality is notably different.