Federal Communications Commission
FCC Commissioner Demands Answers from AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon on Phone Location Data
The demands are the latest move to pressure telecom companies, who said they would stop the sale of location data to third parties after Motherboard’s coverage.
The Death Of Local News Is Making Us Dumber And More Divided
There’s a steep price to pay for mindless media consolidation and the elimination of quality, local reporting, according to a new study.
Man Charged With Threatening to Kill Ajit Pai's Kids Over Net Neutrality Repeal
Whatever our disagreements over tech policy, death threats are most assuredly out of bounds.
More Than 80% Of All Net Neutrality Comments Were Sent By Bots, Researchers Say
95 percent of all organic comments favored net neutrality, according to the analysis.
Ajit Pai’s dream of killing net neutrality may soon turn into a nightmare
FCC hit by online attacks after John Oliver criticizes net neutrality proposal
The Republican plan to kill net neutrality could change the internet forever
The Trump administration reportedly plans to undo Obama’s net neutrality rules
Trump's FCC chair is mad the media called out his plans targeting cheap internet for poor people
criminal justice system
Trump's FCC pick voted to let prison phone companies price-gouge families
Time’s Running Out for the FCC on Set-Top Reform, Privacy and Zero-Rating
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s public interest legacy hangs in the balance.
FCC Won’t Appeal Municipal Broadband Defeat to Supreme Court
After court defeat, municipal broadband fight shifts to Congress and the states.