Lack of transparency? Yes. Open internet breach? No.
Federal regulators face increasing pressure to address a controversial industry practice.
GOP bill threatens to gut FCC authority over broadband giants.
Free Basics, Facebook's free, limited internet service is at the center of a fierce debate.
The provider is throttling streaming speeds of videos that aren’t subject to the program, making it worse for the open internet than originally thought.
After a week of high-level meetings, UN members came to a consensus decision on how to deploy the internet around the world in a fair and open way.
"Zero rating" is now in the agency's crosshairs.
The FCC is defending its open internet policy from industry giants.
“A shocking display of regulatory overreach,” the candidate says.
San Diego webcaster objects to TWC’s interconnection policy.
House Republicans are trying to use the 2016 federal budget to undermine the FCC's new open internet rules.