Amazon is joining Google in asking for new set-top-box rules that would enable Web companies to develop boxes that can access pay-TV programs.
Faced with growing complaints about its broadband policies, Comcast said this week that it will increase consumers' caps to 1 Terabyte a month, up from the current limit of 300 Gigabytes a month.
Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood has withdrawn a subpoena demanding that Google provide him with millions of documents related to online copyright infringement.
Google is striking back at accusations that its set-top-box ambitions threaten people's privacy.
FTC Consumer Protection head Jessica Rich proposes that would-be set-top-box makers should publicly promise to follow the same privacy standards as cable and satellite providers.
A plan to unlock cable boxes "interferes with the free expression of views that is a hallmark of our society," the Association of National Advertisers says.
Charter is "ready and willing" to penalize cord-cutters, should its acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks go through, merger opponent Dish warns in a new filing
Consumers don't want Google to learn about their TV viewing histories, according to a new survey.
A Kanye West fan says he was duped into joining the streaming service Tidal, which collected information about his email address, social media accounts and credit card.
Verizon says it has "significant concerns" with a proposal that it obtain users' opt-in consent before using data about their Web-surfing activity to send them targeted ads.