New Internet Rules Take Effect After Court Rejects Stay

Business | Peter Fricke
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler celebrates with Democratic Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel and Mignon Clyburn after a 3-2 vote to regulate the Internet on February 26, 2015 in Washington, DC.

Opponents vow to continue fight, but Title II rules will remain in effect through years of appeals

Is This The End Of Free Apps?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
An illustration photo shows a man holding a smart phone with a Facebook logo as its screen wallpaper in front of a WhatsApp messenger logo, in Zenica

FCC has a plan for your phones

Is The FCC Trying To Bypass Congress On Internet Regulation?

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

‘We really see Wheeler as having flip-flopped’

'Hands Off the Net' Group Tells FCC

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke
A Google search page is seen through a magnifying glass in this photo illustration taken in Brussels

Utility-style regulation of Internet opposed

Patent Reform Splitting Republicans, Business Community

Business | Breanna Deutsch
iPad mini

Small business impact debated

Electronic sharing bill CISPA would violate rule of law, critics argue

Tech | Josh Peterson
Digital privacy AP

Bill would allow companies to break contracts, share info with government

Does cable really have a 97% profit margin?

Opinion | Matt Starr & Will Rinehart
Comcast

It’s another misleading statistic all too easily accepted by those who insist that cable is a rapacious monopoly requiring public utility regulation.

Oregon senator, tech think tank engage on GPS tracking case - TheDC

Tech | Vishal Ganesan
Ron Wyden

‘Technological advances have made ’round-the-clock tracking of large numbers of people increasingly easy’

Monster Cable example points to 'E-Parasites' flaws, critics say - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson
Jolly Roger

Company blacklists “rogue” online product sales of eBay, Costco, Sears

DC tech sector host 80s party, bring attention to '86 privacy law - CNET

Tech | Josh Peterson
Google

‘The companies sponsoring this night of nostalgia include Google and Facebook, which are hoping to visibly highlight how out-of-date a law enacted 25 years ago today has become in an age of cloud computing, gigabit networks, and terabyte storage’

TechFreedom: Search my e-communications? Not without a warrant - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson
Texting While Walking

Liberal, conservative groups form coalition to demand search warrants before gov. monitoring of emails and cell phones