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Government Agency That Wants To Commandeer The Internet Just Had Their Website Crash -- Twice

Wheeler takes his seat to testify before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

The FCC pushes ahead with net neutrality

The Top 10 Failures of FCC Title II Utility Regulation

FCC front door

‘To prevent history from repeating itself, consider this top-ten list of FCC Title II utility-regulation failures’

Don't Skew The Marketplace Against U.S.-Based Airlines

File photo of a Norwegian Air Shuttle Boeing 737-800 in the air near Oslo Airport

Norwegian Air is trying to flout international standards with a shell company.

The FCC's Plan To Steamroll State Laws Against Government Broadband

Wheeler testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Why couldn’t they just try it in the 30 states without these laws?

The FCC Believes Schools 'Need' Wi-Fi

Grade four students work on laptop computers at Monarch School in San Diego, California

New plan includes more funding and affordable Wi-Fi for students everywhere

John Oliver Breaks The FCC's Internet With Net Neutrality

‘The Internet in its current form is not broken, and the FCC is currently taking steps to fix that’

The Consumer Costs Of Net Neutrality

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

‘If the FCC aims to create a class-free Internet, the road ahead for them looks rough.’

The Top Ten Reasons To Oppose Broadband Utility Regulation

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

Few official bad ideas come as bad as this one.

The Top Ten Reasons Broadband Internet Is Not a Public Utility

Wheeler testifies before a House Energy and Commerce Communications and Technology Subcommittee hearing on oversight of the FCC on Capitol Hill in Washington

Broadband networks do not have any of the most relevant characteristics of public utility services.

FCC Votes For New 'Net Neutrality' Internet Regulations

Wheeler and Pai testify before a Senate Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on the FY2015 budget justification for the FCC, on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘Nothing less than the future of the Internet depends on how we resolve this disagreement’

FCC Crashes Its Live-Stream Video During A Meeting Touting Its New Internet Regulation Proposal

FCC Chairman Wheeler listens to public comments during a town hall meeting in Oakland

‘It’s too bad we don’t have those fast lanes’

Net Neutrality: A Light At The End Of The Pipe?

Wheeler and Pai testify before a Senate Appropriations Financial Services and General Government Subcommittee hearing on the FY2015 budget justification for the FCC, on Capitol Hill in Washington

The FCC could have new rules by the end of the year.

Net Neutrality III Is Huge Government Heinous

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler testifies before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

The proposed rules are still vague, but they give the FCC unprecedented power.

The FCC disincentive auction

Sky News broadcast is shown on television screens in an electrical store in Edinburgh

The Federal Communications Commission’s upcoming “incentive” auction of TV airwaves is already at war with itself.

Sprint's crony socialist hypocrisy

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler testifies before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

The company objected to AT&T’s bid to buy T-Mobile, but now they want to themselves.

FCC commissioner will 'strongly oppose' Internet giveaway if not convinced

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler and commissioners testify before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

‘If I am not convinced that a different governance structure would preserve Internet freedom, I will strongly oppose it’

4 out of 5 authors of invasive FCC media study DONATED TO OBAMA

U.S. President Obama walks away after announcing Mel Watt as his nominee for director of the FHFA and Tom Wheeler to head FCC, in Washington

Study seemed to push for media regulation

Is the U.S. really lagging behind in broadband speeds? Probably not

Earns Comcast.JPEG

America’s wireless industry has investied $94 per subscriber, the rest of the world spends $16

The FCC's campaign of intimidation

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler testifies before the House Communications and Technology panel on Capitol Hill in Washington

They’ve backed down from the newsroom study, but probably only for now.

The narrowing net neutrality dispute

The Netflix sign on is shown on an ipad in Encinitas

The practical dispute over net neutrality continues to narrow