As the FCC tries to dismantle net neutrality rules, Sen. Brian Schatz of Hawaii says internet-savvy, young people could become a political force.
We talk about a proposal to repeal rules that keep ISPs from blocking or slowing down access to websites or services. Also, Uber's breach and Black Friday shopping in VR.
We talk about net neutrality, Uber's breach and Black Friday shopping in VR
The FCC is about to pull the rug out from under Obama-era rules on net neutrality. That could be just the start of a whole new internet experience for you.
The "front page of the internet" has lit up in red, with subreddits devoted to everything from books to Nascar all protesting the demise of net neutrality.
Ajit Pai says he's fixing an Obama-era mistake that allowed the US government to micromanage the internet. Democrats warn the move will harm consumers.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai outlines a new proposal that would gut net neutrality regulations put in place in 2015.
A new plan for dismantling Obama-era regulations could be unveiled Tuesday, according to a report.
The FCC is expected to unveil a plan next week to vote on rules barring internet providers from throttling the stuff you watch, read and listen to online.
Ajit Pai will serve another term on the FCC, where he's expected to oversee the undoing of Obama-era net neutrality rules.
As the FCC prepares to roll back the controversial rules, AT&T and others appeal a lower court's ruling that upheld the rules to the Supreme Court.
The company's comment to the FCC advocates consumer choice and no fast lanes.
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