The agency wants to crack down on high fees prisoners pay to call their families.
Comcast is defending its proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable.
The company charged thousands for machines it claimed could "mine" bitcoins.
Lawmakers say they want to avoid arguments at 30,000 feet.
The consumer board’s practices have raised questions about privacy from conservatives.
A pair of House lawmakers want clearer rules of the road for mobile applications that track people’...
Yelp will pay a $450,000 fine over allegations that it illegally collecting information about...
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 support could lead to stronger net neutrality rules.
The service was accused of running a $6 billion global money-laundering operation.
Commissioner Ajit Pai and Rep. Billy Long want the FCC to reverse course.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is looking beyond "monochromatic" options.
The FCC “should use the full weight of its authority" to promote competition, a major trade group...
The controversial move "is very much on the table,” Tom Wheeler said.
Executives met with FCC commissioners last week in Silicon Valley.
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.