This revelation is great news for consumers.
Commissioner gives no reason for leaving after seven years of service
Continued Chevron Deference is increasingly critical to the FCC’s actual and perceived authority going forward.
It’s going to be a very long four years
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
Simply, this effort appears to be about net neutrality proponents non-transparently gaming the Verizon-Cable Spectrum transaction review process
Many Democrats along with public interest groups and some tech firms countered that net neutrality rules are necessary
Commission rejects numerous Freedom of Information Act requests from conservatives regarding net neutrality
One of the Administration’s most unlawfully over-active wings has been the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
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.
President Barack Obama and his Democrat Congressional cohorts have spent the last three-plus years throwing legislative and regulatory anvils into, and in front of, the free market private sector.
Group becomes a power-player in Washington with a strong network of allies
In the months leading up to the Federal Communications Commission’s December 21, 2010 so-called ‘net neutrality’ vote
Vinton Cerf: ‘Technology is an enabler of rights, not a right itself’
Our current Congress has written tech legislation that would let the government ignore all privacy laws
Says net neutrality an attempt by Obama admin to regulate the ‘one economic engine in America that is thriving’
Liberal activists fear “corporate censorship” but don’t seem to mind government censorship.
‘Recent reports that Verizon is blocking Google Wallet on our devices are false. Verizon does not block applications’
Warned last week that GOP amendment could kill bill in Senate
Public Knowledge and Free Press mum on whether rumored phone would violate rules of an ‘open Internet’