An ISP Left Corporate Passwords, Keys, and All its Data Exposed on the Internet
The ISP, called Pocket iNet, left 73 gigabytes of extremely sensitive internet available for anyone to see.
AT&T Trickery Helps Kill California’s Looming Net Neutrality Law
AT&T leaned heavily on California lawmakers, using procedural trickery and misleading studies to severely weaken and ultimately kill a once-promising state net neutrality law.
America Hates Comcast More Than Ever
A new survey indicates Americans’ dislike of giant cable companies is only growing, and the rising flood of streaming alternatives like Netflix are beating the industry at its own game.
Given Facebook’s Privacy Backlash, Why Aren’t We Angrier With the Broadband Industry?
If you're mad about Cambridge Analytica taking data from Facebook you should be absolutely livid about AT&T and Verizon.
Eight Years Later, Google Fiber Is A Faint Echo Of The Disruption We Were Promised
Google’s 'pause' is driven largely by executive frustrations with fiber deployment costs and a fascination with the potential of next-generation wireless.
The FCC’s New Broadband Map Paints an Irresponsibly Inaccurate Picture of American Broadband
At the core of the problem is, unsurprisingly, the influence of deep-pocketed telecom operators on lawmakers and regulators.
Harvard Study Shows Why Big Telecom Is Terrified of Community-Run Broadband
Community-owned internet service providers are cheaper and better.
Hate to Break It to You, But Net Neutrality Has Not Been Saved
The "major milestone" achieved this week is the first step before a number of huge hurdles.
Hackers Hijacked an Internet Provider to Mine Cryptocurrency with Laptops In Starbucks
This is an evolution of a popular scheme.
Someone Used Wet String to Get a Broadband Internet Connection
It’s pretty fast, too.
Watch Our Documentary on Detroit’s Grassroots Internet Network
“Communication is a fundamental human right.”
Verizon Wants the FCC to Overturn State Internet Privacy Laws
The telecom giant filed a white paper with the commission last week arguing that it had the authority to overrule recent state-level laws.