Charter has promised that it won't impose data caps for three years after it acquires Time Warner and Bright House, but Roku is concerned about what will happen afterward.
In the last 18 months, judges have issued 2,600 orders requiring Microsoft to secretly turn over its customers' emails. Today, Microsoft asked a court to declare those orders unconstitutional.
The White House is signaling that President Obama will veto a Republican-backed bill that would chip away at the recent net neutrality rules.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler is hinting that the agency takes a dim view of broadband providers that use data caps to discourage subscribers from watching online video.
Brave, the browser that blocks third-party ads and replaces them with "safer" ones, says it will fight "today's increasingly abusive approach to Web advertising."
The FCC is seeking comment about whether certain types of tracking technology, including Verizon's infamous "supercookies," should be prohibited.
The revelation that Netflix has been slowing down video streams on AT&T and Verizon for five years proves that smartphone users don't require high-resolution streams, T-Mobile says.
Aiming to curb unexpected broadband fees, the Federal Communications Commission today unveiled new, approved formats that carriers can use to disclose information to broadband subscribers.
Critics of the Federal Communications Commission's proposed privacy rules appear to have found at least one of the main talking points: The rules will harm consumers.
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