Rep. Brad Sherman is already worried about next year.
Broadband reclassification means edge providers must pay for terminating access.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Ed Markey are urging the FTC to get involved.
All eyes are on the FCC, which has a pending rule-making.
The FTC says Google let kids spend their parents' money without consent.
The FCC could blow an opportunity to both alleviate spectrum exhaust and reduce the deficit.
Paula Blizzard is the new deputy chief of the commission’s Enforcement Bureau.
Net neutrality is a topic of hot debate in Washington but is full of complex terminology.
The Justice Department claimed Samsung allowed agencies to buy products made in China.
Obama warned against allowing companies to provide different Internet speeds.
LinkedIn has paid nearly $6 million in back pay and damages for underpaying more than 350 workers.
A bipartisan group of House members wants to reform the way the government buys information...
The FBI hopes the facial-recognition system will eventually replace fingerprint tracking.
FCC has received 1.47 million comments, surpassing the Janet Jackson incident in 2004.
The commission will vote to end the "obsolete" rules, despite pushback from the NFL.
“I oppose special Internet fast lanes," the Democratic leader wrote.
The FCC says the company used subscribers’ personal information without their consent.
About two-thirds of FCC comments warned against deals to speed up some Web access.
Our domestic policies must reinforce the values that we promote abroad.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus want the FCC to uphold the rule.
Two of the attacks were tied to a foreign government.
The FCC is releasing all the comments it has received for the public to explore.
There are good reasons why so many states have banned or restricted municipal networks.
Lawmakers want limits on schools and companies that share information about students.