Advocates on both sides of the issue say the ride-hailing company helps their case.
It seems like all corners of the telecom world are getting involved in the case.
The plans could “hurt consumers” and small Web companies, the Times warned.
The game requires players to dodge Internet service providers trying to slow down their speeds.
The measure was entirely symbolic, but nonetheless represents some bridging of the partisan divide.
Both Sens. John Thune (R-S.D.) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) will back the new version.
Republicans could attack the net neutrality rules through the FCC's budget.
The telecom industry is turning to K Street in an effort to override FCC rules.
With one contentious hearing in the books, Tom Wheeler gets to do it again.
“I can’t answer why certain things are blacked out," Tom Wheeler said.
The FCC chief sets off on a marathon string of five hearings in nine days in Tuesday.
Tom Wheeler may be riding high now, but he’s about to face a whole lot of criticism.
"There is no authority for the FCC to be regulating the Internet," Walter McCormick said.
A challenge was filed mere hours after the legal window opened on Monday.
A snapshot of Monday’s Federal Register.
"He’s just really just been a champion," one industry lobbyist said.
Net neutrality is about to poke its head into the Senate’s budget “vote-a-rama."
Tom Wheeler is eyeing his fifth and final congressional hearing in the last week and a half.
The legal action aims to strike down the FCC's tough new net neutrality rules.
The admission will come as a vindication to critics of the new Internet rules.
Oversight chairman said an inspector general is looking at how the rules were written.
“There were no secret instructions from the White House,” Tom Wheeler told lawmakers.
Net neutrality advocates are flying a plane over Austin to criticize Cruz.
Netflix is calling up Frank Underwood to go to bat for net neutrality.