The FCC voted 3-2 today to move forward with proposed privacy rules that would require ISPs to obtain consumers' consent before drawing on their Web-surfing data for behavioral targeting.
AT&T has launched a new initiative that could help the company combat cord-cutting. As of May 23, the company will start offering home broadband users unlimited data at no charge -- but only if they also purchase a television subscription.
Netflix's admission that it slows down video streams warrants a federal investigation, FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly said today.
Internet service providers are undermining "the spirit and the text" of net neutrality rules by rolling out new so-called zero-rating services, which exempt certain material from consumers' monthly data caps, a coalition of advocacy groups tells the FCC.
Netflix stunned the industry today with its admission that for more than five years, it has secretly slowed down videos streamed through AT&T and Verizon's networks.
Proposed broadband privacy rules will "unavoidably reduce consumer choice," according to FTC Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen.
A state appeals court and a federal judge have already held that Gawker's 2012 post and short video were newsworthy, site founder Nick Denton writes.
In a development cheered by digital rights advocates, the FBI has postponed its fight with Apple -- possibly permanently.
Some advocates say the FCC's proposed privacy regulations don't go far enough to protect consumers.
Comcast argues in a new FCC filing that Stream TV doesn't harm other Web video providers.