Net Neutrality

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FCC Chairman Pledges to Undo Net Neutrality Rules
FCC

FCC Chairman Pledges to Undo Net Neutrality Rules

'The torch at the FCC has been passed to a new generation,' Ajit Pai said.
How Changes to Net Neutrality Laws Could Affect Small Businesses
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How Changes to Net Neutrality Laws Could Affect Small Businesses

A new administration and a new FCC chairman could roll back recent laws that make sure the internet is a level playing field.
Keegan Green
Appeals Court Backs Landmark Net Neutrality Rules
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Appeals Court Backs Landmark Net Neutrality Rules

The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
India's New Net Neutrality Rules Bars Facebook's Free Internet Program
Facebook

India's New Net Neutrality Rules Bars Facebook's Free Internet Program

The program offers pared-down Internet services on mobile phones, along with access to the company's own social network and messaging services, without charge.
Facing Net Neutrality Concerns, Zuckerberg Argues for Free Internet Service in India
Facebook

Facing Net Neutrality Concerns, Zuckerberg Argues for Free Internet Service in India

Critics acknowledge the program may get people on the Internet, but argue that it gives Facebook a money-making engine and harms competition.
FCC Summons AT&T, Comcast and T-Mobile to Explain Data Cap Exemptions
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FCC Summons AT&T, Comcast and T-Mobile to Explain Data Cap Exemptions

Some net neutrality advocates have expressed concerns over the potential of companies' programs to harm innovation.
Everything You Need to Know About Today's Net Neutrality Trial
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Everything You Need to Know About Today's Net Neutrality Trial

The hot-button issue will be argued in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals today.
U.S. Business Need to Speak Up to Protect the Open Internet
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U.S. Business Need to Speak Up to Protect the Open Internet

Internet service providers are trying to undo the FCC's landmark Open Internet rule. Businesses must do more to defend all they've gained.
Pantelis Michalopoulos and Georgios Leris
U.S. Appeals Court to Hear Net Neutrality Lawsuits in December
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U.S. Appeals Court to Hear Net Neutrality Lawsuits in December

Opponents of the net neutrality rules sued the FCC this year, saying the commission violated regulations when it passed the rules.
Hoverboards, Uber Protests and Taylor Swift: Your Weekly News Roundup
Weekly News Roundup

Hoverboards, Uber Protests and Taylor Swift: Your Weekly News Roundup

Taxi drivers reject an Uber service they say is unfair. Also this week, Taylor Swift takes on Apple.
Tanya Benedicto Klich
The First Net Neutrality Complaint Looks Doomed to Fail
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The First Net Neutrality Complaint Looks Doomed to Fail

A test case of the FCC's new net neutrality rules arrived on the agency's doorstep. It involves slow web streams, but is likely to fail.
AT&T Braces for $100 Million Fine Over 'Unlimited' Data Plans
FCC

AT&T Braces for $100 Million Fine Over 'Unlimited' Data Plans

The FCC is charging AT&T with not properly informing customers that it would slow data speeds on unlimited plans if data caps were exceeded.
Laura Entis
FCC's Tom Wheeler on Open Internet Rules: 'We Shouldn't Be Going Backwards'
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FCC's Tom Wheeler on Open Internet Rules: 'We Shouldn't Be Going Backwards'

FCC's Tom Wheeler on Open Internet Rules: 'We Shouldn't Be Going Backwards'
Nina Zipkin
Why Mark Cuban Thinks the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal Fell Apart
Mark Cuban

Why Mark Cuban Thinks the Comcast-Time Warner Cable Deal Fell Apart

The feisty billionaire investor and 'Shark Tank' star sounded off about the failed mega merger on Twitter and -- no surprise -- he's pointing the finger at the FCC.
Kim Lachance Shandrow