Just a day before the inauguration, we discuss Donald Trump's potential tech policies and tweeting habits.
In his last speech as chairman of the FCC, Tom Wheeler defends his controversial open internet rules that prohibit broadband providers from favoring their own services at the expense of their competitors.
When the former lobbyist took the reins at the FCC, consumer advocates worried his industry ties spelled trouble. Three years later, they see him as a champion for consumers.
With a Republican moving into the White House in January, a driving force behind net neutrality gets ready to move on.
An FCC report shows that nearly half of Americans are still stuck with below-broadband data connections.
CEO Randall Stephenson is also hopeful that lower corporate taxes and lighter regulations under a Trump administration will fuel economic growth.
After weaning itself from dependence on Google, the nonprofit plans to expand beyond the Firefox browser. That may clash with Trump administration priorities.
Reed Hastings has no objection to the blockbuster deal, as long as it doesn't conflict with net neutrality.
In an open letter, a pioneer of the online world warns that loopholes in EU regulations could spell the end for net neutrality.
Comcast agrees to bring Netflix directly to its X1 platform. The streaming service is now partners with the No. 1 cable operator in the US.
Weeks after a federal appeals court upheld the FCC's net neutrality rules, supporters are asking the FCC to take action against broadband and wireless companies they say are violating the regulation.
The FCC won a landmark lawsuit that challenged its net neutrality rules, but AT&T and others involved in the court case say they will appeal the decision.
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