The phone company hands millions to the US government in the largest-ever settlement over the opt-out-of-telemarketing registry.
A recent FCC vote improves the chances for in-flight cell phone use, but not everybody is thrilled about the possibility.
The satellite TV provider faces a lawsuit over charges that it called consumers who had asked to be taken off their call list.
Bill overturns 2003 federal rules requiring Americans to reregister their digits every five years or face unwanted telemarketer calls. It now goes to the president for final approval.
Federal Trade Commission privacy report doesn't call for a Do Not Track law targeting Web companies. Instead it takes aim at third-party "data brokers" like Lexis Nexis and Choicepoint.
The ACMA has recommended that Aussie telcos advertise the cost of a two-minute standard call. We take a look at what that costs on the post-paid plans available today.
These days Bluetooth-enabled cars can do much more than just take calls. In this week's ABCs of Car Tech, I explain the advanced features of Bluetooth in the car and explain why not all systems are created equally.
J. Thomas Rosch suggests ad networks could "answer under oath questions about their information practices" to create "do not track" whitelists and blacklists for the Web.
The federal agency and four states are suing the satellite television provider for calling consumers on the national Do Not Call registry and making illegal robocalls.
The free Nomorobo service and AT&T's Privacy Manager help reduce the number of nuisance calls that aren't blocked by the Do Not Call registry.