Verizon and Sprint also caught cheating customers

Faces $158 million in settlement payments and joins AT&T and T-Mobile in FTC/FCC doghouse

FCC not backing down on Title 2

The FCC has denied a request from major telecos and cable companies to delay the implementation of their plan to reclassify them under Title 2

New bill set to gut net neutrality

Sometimes you’ve got to wonder exactly what our elected officials are smoking.

AT&T leaks 280,000 customer’s data, fined $25 million

AT&T managed to let slip the names, partial social security numbers and other customer data when employees at their Mexican, Columbian and Philippine call centers were paid to steal the information

FCC gears up for net neutrality battles

The FCC has officially filed their Title II net neutrality plans with the Federal Register opening the doors to multiple lawsuits.

FCC wants some clarification from AT&T

Jamillia Ferris, an antitrust lawyer hired by the FCC to review the AT&T/DirectTV merger has sent a letter to AT&T asking for some clarification of their fiber rollouts.

Why are ISPs afraid of net neutrality?

The moment you say ‘net neutrality’ ISPs across the country start crying foul.

AT&T halts fiber build-out in move against net neutrality

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson said they are halting their high-speed fiber infrastructure build-out until after the FCC makes a decision.

Obama may have doomed net neutrality

Today President Obama urged the FCC to consider reclassifying ISPs as public utilities in order to enforce net neutrality rules on carriers. Unfortunately he may have dashed any hopes that the FCC would ultimately do the right thing.

Self-censorship on the Internet

In the U.S. we pride ourselves on freedom of speech and freedom of the press but at the same time we indulge in our own forms of censorship, much of it self-imposed.

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