CenturyLink plans to start charging extra fees to some broadband customers who exceed caps.
Google's decision to censor its site more broadly in response to Europeans' requests to delete information about themselves sets a dangerous precedent, the digital rights group CDT says.
The House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology has approved a GOP-backed law that would prohibit the FCC from regulating broadband prices.
Three weeks ago, opponents to Charter's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks formed a new organization, the Stop Mega Cable coalition, to lobby against the deal.
Opponents of Charter's proposed merger with Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks are pressing their arguments that the deal poses a threat to online video distributors and consumers.
Net neutrality advocates view T-Mobile's Binge On as a threat to Web openness, but the company says its customers have no complaints about the zero-rating service.
"Instead of uniformity of definition, the Commission has instead made broadband speed a variable in the regulatory equation," two GOP lawmakers say in a letter to the FCC.
Thin-skinned business owners in Maryland could find it harder to squelch bad reviews, if a bill introduced this week is enacted.
Six Democratic senators, including presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, are criticizing broadband providers' "troubling and questionable" billing practices.
Google's book search feature, which displays snippets of published works, has a "real-life impact" on writers' livelihoods, according to the American Society of Journalists and Authors.