Ajit Pai blasted the conditions imposed on the AT&T-DirecTV merger.
The proposed deal is worth an estimated $48 billion.
The Wall Street Journal reported regulators are close to finishing their review.
Google's lobbying touched on topics ranging from surveillance reform to immigration.
Call center workers sold information about hundreds of thousands of customers.
The FCC is pausing its informal “shot clock” for the pair of massive media mergers.
Critics say the company broke the law by working with the NSA.
The $45 billion bid to buy Time Warner Cable increasingly appears in peril.
The FTC accused TracFone of running deceptive ads and throttling high-data customers.
Regulators have resumed their informal 180-day shot clock on a pair of multi-billion dollar mergers.
The telecommunications giant is stepping into a court case.
AT&T announced the delay this week.
Industry and public interest groups take issue with some parts of the conditions.
They want AT&T to follow net neutrality rules, even if they are struck down.
Viacom, CBS and others want to keep their business deals secret.
It seems like all corners of the telecom world are getting involved in the case.
The FTC's lawsuit against AT&T is moving ahead.
Netflix is calling up Frank Underwood to go to bat for net neutrality.
AT&T's chief executive is "quite certain" that companies will sue.
Industry groups are blasting news of tough net neutralty rules.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has harsh words for companies like AT&T and T-Mobile.
Two weeks ago, AT&T's CEO said it was pushing pause on its plans.
Verizon is still using the program, which tracks mobile app and Internet activity.
AT&T had planned to bring new fiber optic Internet connections to up to 100 cities.