At first glance, Freeway looks like a good app. Through partnerships with content providers and mobile networks, Freeway can let users on limited wireless rate plans use services like YouTube, Facebook, and Spotify without eating into their precious data allowance. Show More Summary
Lawsuit: FCC ignored public records request for data on mass comment uploads.
Perhaps Mr. Vestal should have looked at the billboard itself before writing his piece, since it prominently contains the words “Paid for by Fight for the Future.”
Over the course of two full days of appearances in San Francisco this week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and three of his fellow commissioners covered a lot of ground, including 5G network deployment, small cell...Show More Summary
While millions of people were sending in comments urging the FCC to stop a looming repeal of current net neutrality rules, the MPAA focused on something else. In a recently submitted letter, the Hollywood group doesn't argue for or against the proposals. Show More Summary
Large ISPs continue to try their best to pretend they adore net neutrality, and have nothing to do with their own perpetual efforts to crush FCC rules designed to keep the internet relatively open and competitive. Verizon recently released an utterly-comical video that blatantly lied about its role in killing the FCC's consumer protections. Show More Summary
Campaign Action The Federal Communications Commission under Donald Trump and Chairman Ajit Pai is determined to end net neutrality, and will stop at pretty much nothing to make that happen. That includes essentially burying the evidence...Show More Summary
While ISP lobbyists are pushing the government to kill net neutrality protections, they're also pushing hard for a new net neutrality law. Why? With our current historically-dysfunctional and cash-compromised Congress, large ISPs like AT&T and Comcast know that their lawyers and lobbyists will be the ones writing the law -- if it gets passed at all. Show More Summary
While large Silicon Valley companies like Google and Facebook are often credited for being "net neutrality supporters" in the media, their actual support of the concept is often incredibly flimsy. Though it's quick to claim otherwise,...Show More Summary
13,000 pages of net neutrality complaints released, but comment deadline passed.
How spambots, fake names, and 2,000 "John Olivers" wreaked havoc on the net neutrality debate
It's one of the more bare-knuckled acts of cronyism in modern technological and political history.
So we've noted time and time again how the vast majority of consumers support net neutrality, and the current rules on the books protecting it. Survey after survey (including several from the telecom industry itself) have found net neutrality has broad, bipartisan support. Show More Summary
QUOTE OF THE DAY “Freedom is the right of all sentient beings” ~ Optimus Prime (Transformers) APPLE DOESN’T WANT NET NEUTRALITY TO END THE STORY The tech giant finally breaks silence over net neutrality rollback. Shows support for Obama-era...Show More Summary
The FCC is preparing to destroy net neutrality and, in so doing, forever change the free flow of information.
Apple Inc. has spoken out at last on the ongoing issue of net neutrality, asking the government to keep the current regulations in place. In the four-page filing to the Federal Communications Commission, Apple laid out its thoughts on how the FCC should retain “strong and enforceable” open Internet protections. Show More Summary
Apple, like much of Silicon Valley is pro Net Neutrality. In a letter titled: In the Matter Restoring Internet Freedom sent to the FCC today, the company laid out all the reasons we need an open Internet.Here are the salient points: An...Show More Summary