Internet service providers should be subject to tough privacy standards because they pose a greater threat than other companies, according to expert Paul Ohm.
The FCC should move forward as soon as possible with an ambitious proposal to "unlock" cable boxes, dozens of organizations urge in a new letter.
The ad industry may be pushing back against the FCC's revised proposal for privacy rules, but some advocates are pressing the agency for even tougher rules.
The Department of Justice is urging a federal judge to reject Facebook's free-speech challenge to a law regulating text messages.
Google is asking a judge to reject AT&T's challenge to a Louisville ordinance that aims to help Google to bring its Gigabit fiber network to the area.
Newly proposed broadband privacy rules "will have severe negative impacts for the on-line and mobile experience," the Association of National Advertisers said today.
Starting next month, more Comcast subscribers will face extra fees if they consume more than 1 TB of data per month.
Faced with intense criticism by broadband providers, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has tweaked proposed privacy rules. But at first glance, the new proposal doesn't appear significantly different than the original.
The top Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee is calling for the Federal Communications Commission to forge ahead with "strong" broadband privacy rules.
Google is weighing in against the FCC's proposal that broadband providers obtain consumers' opt-in consent before using data about their Web activity for ad targeting.