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Net Neutrality: Will Congress Save Internet Freedom?
The Save the Internet Act could help win the net neutrality battle, even if it doesn't pass.
Google Wins FCC Approval to Keep Developing Radar-Based Hand Sensor
Project Soli can operate at higher power levels than currently allowed.
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Facebook Fined $660,000 for Cambridge Analytica Scandal. 3 Things to Know Today.
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You Want Fries With That? Burger King Explains Net Neutrality In Less Than 3 Minutes.
The fast food company's video uses metaphor and parody to explain complex public policy.
The FCC Repealed Net Neutrality -- Here's What That Means for You
Here's what you need to know about net neutrality, the proposal and what's likely to happen next.
The FCC's Looming Repeal of Net Neutrality Is an Assault on Entrepreneurship
Net neutrality means, by law, your website and Amazon load at the same speed. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai calls that "heavy handed regulation.''
Here Are the Rules the Government Just Proposed to End Net Neutrality
Read the full text of the order, which would let internet providers create fast lanes and block apps and services.
Business Coalition Seeks FCC Approval to Bring 'Wireless Broadband' to Unserved Communities
Federal approval to use a sliver of radio spectrum for high-speed internet could rejuvenate economically stagnate rural economies.
How Companies Are Marking the Battle for the Net Protest
On July 12, several organizations and web-based businesses are banding together for an 'Internet-Wide Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality.'
FCC Commissioner: 'Net Neutrality Is Doomed If We're Silent'
Mignon Clyburn wants you to comment starting this Thursday to preserve the Open Internet Order and register public support for net neutrality and a free, open internet.
Tax Cuts Are Not the Help Entrepreneurs Need to Grow the Economy
Lower marginal rates won't create opportunity in impoverished rural towns, but universal access to broadband would.