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 British government is talking about blocking free porn. But how will this affect the quality and cost of naughty videos?
Do you stream music? This affects you.
It's not much and it's coming far later than even ISPs and Industry Canada wanted, but at least they're doing something.
We explore what tech laws and regulations made last year painful for listeners and artists alike.
Another session of congress ends with a significant revelation for all Internet users, especially those in the music community.
The anti-net-neutrality group Broadband for America claims to be "a coalition of 300 internet consumer advocates, content providers, and engineers." After a little digging, VICE has discovered they are in fact a who's who of ISP industry presidents and...