News and Articles About FCC
An avalanche of last-minute comments on a controversial proposal to allow Internet "fast lanes'' prompted the agency to extends its public comment period.
Chad Dickerson called on the FCC to regulate the Internet as a utility, saying startups will be roadkill if fast lanes are allowed
The Internet changes very fast technologically, socially and in creation of economic opportunity but the rules governing it change very slowly.
The Internet where spunky startups have a real chance of toppling lumbering giants will be no more if net neutrality is killed by regulatory edict.
The Internet is a powerful tool for economic development mayors fear will be dulled by loosely regulated ISPs.
Broadband is essential for an entrepreneurial future but broadband providers are more like the electric company or Ma Bell from days past. The FCC needs to regulate them that way.
The HBO host says of the agency's net neutrality proposals, 'if you want to do something evil, put it inside something boring.'
Reddit's Alexis Ohanian walks us through the basics.
By favoring one type of company over another, regulators are guilty of the worst kind of government interference.
Though not yet nationally available, text-to-911 could change how we ask for help.
Twenty-eight of America's broadband providers signed an open letter warning the FCC that regulating broadband as a public utility will stifle innovation.
The revision comes after heaping criticism from major tech companies, who believe such a change will not only be a disadvantage to smaller companies but also to consumers.
Opposition to the proposed rule change is growing louder as one commissioner calls for a delay on the May 15 vote and a public comment period.
The new rules would reportedly allow ISPs to charge content providers for a faster, separate pipeline into customers' homes, effectively ending net neutrality.
Bills introduced in both the House of Representatives and the Senate would bring back net neutrality laws.
In a letter to investors, the streaming leader vowed to fight a ruling last week that overturned net neutrality laws. Netflix also announced its stronger-than-expected earnings.
In a ruling published Tuesday, a Washington D.C. court struck down portions of the Federal Communications Commission's rules.
Yes, cellphone use on planes would be annoying. But is that annoyance worth a whole new set of rules and regulations?
Love it or hate it, chatting on your cell phone during a flight could soon become a reality.
The revamped 'Small Biz Cyber Planner' includes online resources to beef up your security against cyber attacks.
The Federal Communications Commission is turning its attention to privacy issues surrounding the growing use by businesses of location-based services.