Promises to maintain security and speed
‘What impact will a bigger Comcast have on the diversity of viewpoints?’
Is the deal anti-competitive or an expression of the free market?
Comcast employs a 100-strong army of lobbyists, including five former congressmen
The market is natural selection, plain and simple.
America’s wireless industry has investied $94 per subscriber, the rest of the world spends $16
Breaking down the media hype over the industry’s big merger
NBC-Universal spends beaucoup cash on promoting things like cap-and-trade and abortion
‘Misses the mark’
‘This policy aligns us with the guidelines in place at many media organizations’
It’s another misleading statistic all too easily accepted by those who insist that cable is a rapacious monopoly requiring public utility regulation.
Ruling could change how postal workers handle Netflix discs
Google’s Google Fiber service makes the company both a service provider and content distributor, in direct conflict with principles it opposed through net neutrality
This week produced the latest example of an FCC decision dependent on obsolete law and not supported by the facts, law or Constitution
Few FCC decisions will be as revealing of the FCC’s sense of its power than its decision to either uphold or overturn this shocking power grab and precedent.
Franken urged the FCC and the DOJ to reexamine Comcast’s acquisition of NBC Universal, citing a number of recent problems and complaints.
Last month, it was revealed that customers who subscribe to Comcast’s Xfinity TV service for the Xbox 360 won’t be charged for the service’s data use against the ISP’s 250GB monthly cap.
Sprint sues cable companies part of Verizon deal - Bloomberg
‘Sprint filed separate lawsuits today in federal court in Kansas City, Kansas, against Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Cable One Inc. and Cox Communications Inc’
DOJ probes Verizon spectrum deal - Reuters
‘Both Verizon Wireless and AT&T have said they need more spectrum to support increased consumer demand’
‘Cable companies Comcast Corp., Time Warner Cable Inc. and Bright House Networks said Friday that they have agreed to sell their wireless licenses — which they haven’t been using — to Verizon Wireless for $3.6 billion.’