A debate is raging about what the new rules mean for the $45 billion deal.
The inquiry comes as part of the FCC's review of the company's $45 billion merger deal.
Tech firms and privacy backers alike are taking issue with the new privacy plan.
The draft is part of the administration's ongoing digital privacy push in recent months.
Activists flew a banner around Comcast's Philadelphia headquarters.
The legislation is identical to a Senate bill that Orrin Hatch introduced this month.
The Wisconsin governor demures when asked about new FCC internet rules.
A group of 21 House Republicans wants to fight the rules with a disapproval resolution.
“I’m quite comfortable that we made this decision with independence," Tom Wheeler said.
The agency voted to issue “Great Depression-era rules," GOP lawmakers said.
But the South Dakota Republican has not definitively taken the option off the table.
The U.S. Patent Office hasn't had a confirmed leader for more than two years.
Advocates are calling on the court to open itself up to video recordings.
The approval of net neutrality regulations is just the beginning of a fight.
A key portion of the Patriot Act expires on June 1.
FCC chairman is under pressure from Republicans.
His comments hitting government surveillance drew loud cheers from the friendly CPAC crowd.
Tom Wheeler has been accused of allowing his agency to be a puppet for Obama.
The agency's two GOP commissioners say they were shout out of the net neutrality debate.
Obama sent a thank-you note to the millions of people who urged the FCC to write tough rules.
The Speaker compared net neutrality regulations to ObamaCare.
By a 3-2 vote, the FCC asserted authority to regulate the Internet like a utility.
He said the Internet's growth was "made possible by a light regulatory touch."
Regulators move to preempt laws limiting government-run Internet networks.