The company was responding to a letter from Sen. Patrick Leahy.
The FCC wants to bring cable television to the Internet.
Companies could be practicing a form of discrimination, the ACLU warned.
Critics worry the FEC could limit free speech on the Web.
The new regs will be published Friday and go into effect 30 days later.
Former Rep. Edolphus Towns has been hired to lobby for Comcast.
Commissioner Ajit Pai was "disappointed" that the FCC's roundtables were held in Washington.
Forbearance isn't the silver bullet that makes Title II reclassification easy.
The FCC is still drafting rules for net neutrality.
The case could decide the future of the Internet, companies warned.
There is nothing new about public utility regulation, and its history is not a happy one.
The auto giant said regulations could "needlessly" constrain mobile networks.
The FCC "should take great care" with new rules, the cable industry said.
Federal regulators are accusing AT&T of misleading millions of customers.
People won’t embrace new “smart” devices unless they trust them, the head of the FTC warned.
The FCC fined two companies for violating people's privacy with poor data security.
The FCC is pausing its "shot clock" for both the Comcast and AT&T mergers.
The FCC is putting campaigns on notice not to abuse voters.
The company does not want the FCC to extend all of its cable rules to Web TV.
"Cyberattacks are increasing in frequency and sophistication," SIFMA's president said.
Critics are using “meritless” arguments against the team's name, a radio station claimed.
The move comes after major hacks at Home Depot, JPMorgan Chase and Target.
AT&T’s $48.5 billion bid to buy DirecTV is distinctly different from Comcast's plan, it said.
Mike O'Rielly said something needs to be done.