Internet Service Providers
I Used Sun Tzu's 'The Art of War' to Lower My Internet Bill
"All warfare is based on deception."
Trump Just Gave Broadband Giants Permission to Sell Your Private Data
The federal government’s broadband privacy rules are officially dead.
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Deb Socia Wants Your City's Internet to Not Suck
The executive director of Next Century Cities is leading a coalition to promote municipal broadband.
What Went Wrong With Google Fiber?
Google Fiber won’t save you, people, so maybe it’s time to take matters into your own hands.
ISPs: UK Police Need to “Up Their Game” on Following Cybercrime Leads
As more crime is carried out online, ISPs and law enforcement may need to work together more closely.
Internet Service Should Cost Exactly as Much as It's Advertised to Cost
There's no good reason why ISPs aren't required to use an all-in pricing model.
You May Soon Be Able to Restrict How Your ISP Uses Your Personal Data
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants consumers to have more control over the data they share with their ISP.
The Cable Industry's Anti-Net Neutrality Ads Are All Scare Tactics, No Substance
Saying that rules written in the 1930s aren't fit for technology today isn't saying anything at all.
Switching Internet Providers Is Too Damn Hard, the FCC Chairman Says
Tom Wheeler longs for the days when consumers could switch phone companies every month if they wanted to.
Net Neutrality Kabuki Theater: How Cable Companies Dominate the Debate
The comment period for the public to weigh in on an open internet ends today. But has the telecom industry already won?