Obama's statement on net neutrality attempts to reverse nearly 20 years of bipartisan policy.
The cable giant just disagrees on how to get there.
The companies say revealing their business deals “will cause substantial harm.”
Officials took communications satellites off their list of military technology.
Protesters held a banner across Tom Wheeler's driveway that read “Save the Internet.”
Obama is urging FCC to treat broadband like a utility.
Broadcasters accused the FCC of “refusal to follow Congress’s express direction."
AT&T's CEO had a rare personal conversation with the head of the FCC.
One coalition urges a focus on giving people access to broadband Internet service.
Groups want FTC to take a second look at its decision to approve a merger of "data brokers."
A CFTC commissioner wants to "lay the groundwork for future innovation."
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is circulating plans to make 911 service more reliable.
The FCC chairman is reportedly considering a split with President Obama.
Obama’s call for the “strongest possible rules” has created a sharp partisan divide.
One advocate called Obama's push for stronger rules "a milestone."
"It’s disappointing, but not surprising," Boehner said.
Tom Wheeler said the president's call for stronger regulation would be considered.
New restrictive rules could slow down broadband Internet development.
Supporters of strong net neutrality rules are opposing a new plan at the FCC.
The online black market, like its predecessor, specialized in selling drugs.
The FCC's rumored "hybrid" plan is a way to get around a federal appeals court's decision.
A mandatory patent licensing fee could increase the cost of a TV, Rep. Mike Pompeo warned.
Bill de Blasio warned the merger could have “far-reaching impacts."
The FCC is starting to settle on "hybrid" net neutrality rules.