The ANA is seeking to rally opposition to a proposed California law that would require broadband providers to obtain consumers' opt-in consent before drawing on their online browsing history for ad purposes.
Facebook is pressing a judge to dismiss claims by marketers who are suing the company over inflated video metrics.
Requiring Web platforms to filter out "terrorist speech" would "interfere with users' right to communicate and receive information," digital rights groups argue.
The average speed of U.S. Internet connections came to 18.7 Mbps in the first quarter of this year, Akamai reports.
Two years ago, the Federal Communications Commission proposed fining AT&T $100 million for failing to tell customers with "unlimited" data that they could be slowed to a crawl.
"This particular attack may have denied the American people the opportunity to contribute to what is supposed to be a fair and transparent process," five lawmakers tell the FBI.
"Treating too many categories and issues as highly sensitive will undermine the ability of consumers to focus on what is truly significant regarding their privacy interests," the ANA says.
The Internet Association is publicly asking Comcast why it's fighting to roll back the net neutrality rules if it doesn't plan to block, slow or throttle content.
A battle over celebrity photos has drawn the attention of Silicon Valley's biggest players, who say a recent court decision could harm tech companies, consumers and copyright owners alike.
The same lawmaker who spearheaded the effort to repeal the FCC's broadband privacy rules is introducing a bill that would regulate how ISPs and other companies share data.