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The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
The Federal Communications Commission and Federal Trade Commission have asked mobile phone carriers and manufacturers to explain how they release security updates amid mounting concerns over security vulnerabilities.
The rule would allow consumers to obtain video services from providers such as Alphabet, Apple and Tivo.
Internet services will soon have a label with a breakdown similar to the nutrition facts on groceries.
Under the rules providers would need to tell consumers what information is being collected, how it is being used and when it will be shared.
The plan would require broadband providers to obtain consumer consent, disclose data collection, protect personal information and report breaches.
The largest U.S. mobile firm inserted unique tracking codes in its users traffic for advertising purposes.
The new rule would allow customers to obtain video services from providers such as Alphabet, Apple and Tivo.
As well as opening up the set-top box market up to third parties, the proposals are expected to make the cost of renting a box a whole lot cheaper.
Some net neutrality advocates have expressed concerns over the potential of companies' programs to harm innovation.
The hot-button issue will be argued in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today.
Internet service providers are trying to undo the FCC's landmark Open Internet rule. Businesses must do more to defend all they've gained.
The newest product from iRobot, makers of the Roomba, will be a lawn mower that wirelessly connects with signal beacons.
Opponents of the net neutrality rules sued the FCC this year, saying the commission violated regulations when it passed the rules.
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