by Wendy Davis on Jul 29, 4:22 PM
A dozen small Web companies are urging the Federal Communications Commission to give its blessing to T-Mobile's controversial "Binge On" program.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 28, 3:28 PM
The U.S. Olympics Committee recently told advertisers that sponsor athletes, but don't also pay sponsor the USOC or International Olympic Committee, to refrain from using hashtags like #TeamUSA
by Wendy Davis on Jul 27, 4:23 PM
Yelp is now warning customers about businesses that "may be trying to abuse the legal system in an effort to stifle free speech."
by Wendy Davis on Jul 26, 3:50 PM
Advocacy group Electronic Privacy Information Center is asking a federal appellate court to revive iPhone user Ryan Perry's battle with CNN.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 25, 4:40 PM
Verizon's planned $4.8 billion acquisition of Yahoo should spur the FCC to move forward with tough privacy rules, consumer advocates say.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 15, 4:40 PM
A proposal for new set-top box rules that would enable consumers to easily access television programs on tablets, smart TVs and other devices suffered a major blow this week.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 14, 5:18 PM
T-Mobile said today it will exempt the popular Pokemon Go from its customers' monthly data allotments until August of 2017.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 13, 5:14 PM
Google has called off its battle with Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood, the company said today in court papers.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 12, 3:04 PM
The vast majority of people don't read privacy policies or terms of service when signing up for social networking services, a new study says.
by Wendy Davis on Jul 11, 4:03 PM
Warner Bros failed to adequately disclose that it paid some video game fans thousands of dollars to promote "Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor," the Federal Trade Commission said today.