Google Stadia Will Reveal How Stupid Internet Data Caps Are
Streaming products like Stadia, Microsoft's xCloud, and Bethesda's Orion are incompatible with America's ISPs.
NY State Residents Will Get $62.5 Million In Settlement For Terrible Broadband
The settlement with Charter Spectrum is the largest consumer refund from an ISP in the US.
Net Neutrality-Opposing, Big Telecom-Backed Marsha Blackburn Wins Senate Seat
Marsha Blackburn successfully made the leap from the House to the Senate, despite the popularity of her Democratic opponent.
Supreme Court Judges Have Too Many Conflicts of Interest to Reconsider Net Neutrality
Three justices wanted to reconsider a lower court’s decision on net neutrality, but couldn’t get a majority because two other conservative justices had conflicts of interest and had to recuse themselves.
99.7 Percent of Unique FCC Comments Favored Net Neutrality
A new report from Stanford University shows that most commenters were knowledgeable about the issue and very much in favor of keeping the protections.
ISPs Engage In Last Gasp Bid to Derail California’s Net Neutrality Law
Employees are being urged to demand a veto by California Governor Jerry Brown.
The FCC Says Net Neutrality Lawsuits Are Moot Because It Already Repealed Net Neutrality
The agency is using an arcane strategy to try to shut down some of the efforts to restore net neutrality.
California’s Net Neutrality Bill Is Back from the Dead, with the Help of Its Biggest Detractor
State assembly member Miguel Santiago helped gut the bill last time, but this time he’s a cosponsor.
Telecom Lobbyists Have Stalled 70 State-Level Bills That Would Protect Consumer Privacy
In 2018 alone, the telecom lobby has killed or stalled a whole host of legislation that would prevent ISPs from selling your data.
Why Spectrum Asked a Man to Pay $133,000 to Install Broadband Internet in NYC
Broadband consumers are often forced to shell out exorbitant prices to connect to networks.
Study: Throwing Taxpayer Money at Giant ISPs Hasn't Fixed America’s Broadband Problem
Corruption and inaccurate maps have allowed ISPs to paint a rosier picture of the broadband picture than actually exists.
'Political Backlash' Forces FCC to Abandon Plan to Make You Pay $225 to Complain About Your ISP
The FCC called it 'fake news,' then said it would push back voting on the new rules.