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.
A controversial move to regulate Internet services would be "unlikely to withstand appeal,” Verizon...
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.
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.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is close a plan for new net neutrality rules.
Wireless industry executives talked about cars and net netrality with the FCC.
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.