Broadband subscribers would have to pay extra fees under Obama's proposal.
Regulators want to make sure people know if a rave review is real.
The company will make it easier for people to see exactly how fast their Internet is.
The move is nonbinding but could increase pressure on Google.
The FCC wants to ensure people can get help even as phone companies switch to new lines.
Congress should act to repeal an expensive and innovation-restricting requirement.
The two senators are sparring over the proposed rules for net neutrality.
The president's recent statement puts the FCC chairman in an awkward position.
David Waterman will join the agency in January.
Mignon Clyburn said the FCC will have to work to ensure that net neutrality is carried out.
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.
Two weeks ago, AT&T's CEO said it was pushing pause on its plans.
The FTC alleged that the console was not as “game-changing” as advertised.
Matthew Taylor Mellon II is heading to the Chamber of Digital Commerce.
The rules haven't even been issued, but they will almost certainly be challenged.
The change could spell the end of fast-talking announcers outlining a station contest's rules.
NSA bill's supporters need 60 votes to clear procedural hurdle.
Republicans accused the FCC of delaying the proposal until after the midterms.
A handful of mayors want lawmakers to back Obama’s plan to reclassify the Internet as a public...
Sen. Ted Cruz is coming out hard against regulations for the Internet.
Republicans said Obama's plan is "beyond the scope of the FCC’s authority."
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.