Oregon senator Ron Wyden is calling for regulations on how carriers can implement data caps, bringing them in line with net neutrality rules.
Some of the world's biggest tech companies have joined forces in a new lobbying group aimed at influencing internet regulation.
Network security expert Dan Kaminsky has debuted a software tool designed to monitor net neutrality and uncover ISPs filtering traffic.
The FCC has won the latest round in its battle to introduce new net neutrality laws, but now faces a challenge from House Republicans.
Republican House Speaker John A. Boehner recently trashed the FCC in a virulent anti-Net Neutrality tirade before an audience of evangelical Christian media leaders.
It appears likely that the Republican controlled House and the Democrat controlled Senate will battle over the Federal Communications Commission’s Net Neutrality order. It sounds entertaining, but we shouldn’t expect that it will benefit us.
The GOP-controlled House voted Thursday evening to prevent the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from implementing its controversial Net Neutrality order. The votes were cast in the form of an approved amendment to a wider spending bill that bars the use of any funds by the FCC to implement Neutrality regulations.
Republicans stepped up their assault against the FCC's controversial Net Neutrality order during a raucous House hearing on Wednesday. To be sure, Rep. Greg Walden (R-Ore.), went so far as to accuse the FCC of "selectively applying [Net Neutrality] rules to broadband providers [and] shielding" specific Web companies.
A number of prominent Republicans have harshly criticized the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for passing a Net Neutrality order without first conducting an objective market-based analysis.
There is a new development in the war to save the Internet. As expected the two Republicans among the five commissioners on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said that they don’t think that the FCC can regulate the Internet.
The Federal Communications Commission has asked the Court of Appeals to throw out lawsuits brought by Verizon and MetroPCS.
Senator Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) has introduced a new bill related to net neutrality. It is called the Internet Freedom, Broadband Promotion, and Consumer Protection Act of 2011.
It has begun; the merging of two of the fawning corporate media’s mega titans has resulted in a thunderous crackle that has already claimed one mortal: Keith Olbermann.
A number of prominent Republicans have praised Verizon for kicking off a legal battle against the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) controversial net-neutrality rules.
Verizon's kicked off a legal attempt to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's recently-adopted rules on net neutrality.
New ideas, though frequently unpopular, have the potential to change society and create new theoretical frameworks. A decentralized, community based Internet is a new idea worth putting into action.
House Republicans are planning to hold "multiple hearings" in an effort to roll back a series of controversial Internet regulations recently approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
Late last night the majority of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) commissioners said that they’re on board with Chairman Julius Genachowski’s Net Neutrality rule. The problem is that critics say the rule does little to actually protect the open nature of the Internet.
Media reform organization Free Press urged the Federal Communications Commission yesterday to investigate anti-competitive actions by Comcast, the nation’s largest cable company and residential broadband provider.