News and Articles About Net Neutrality
The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
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.
Critics acknowledge the program may get people on the Internet, but argue that it gives Facebook a money-making engine and harms competition.
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.
Opponents of the net neutrality rules sued the FCC this year, saying the commission violated regulations when it passed the rules.
Weekly News Roundup
Taxi drivers reject an Uber service they say is unfair. Also this week, Taylor Swift takes on Apple.
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.
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.
FCC's Tom Wheeler on Open Internet Rules: 'We Shouldn't Be Going Backwards'
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.
In his latest Q&A, the billionaire Facebook CEO talked work habits, net neutrality and virtual reality. He even fielded Qs from Richard Branson and Shakira. And, no, he didn't hire that dude who asked him for a job.
Weekly News Roundup
This week's edition recaps Fab's fire sale, the FCC's historic decision on net neutrality, Pebble's record Kickstarter and more.
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