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It’s official: Congress will vote on whether or not to bring back net neutrality

The Senate will vote to restore net neutrality under the Congressional Review Act, a little-known rule that allows lawmakers to overturn recently enacted regulation from a federal agency.

Some Verizon customers say they’re not getting the speeds they’re paying for

Some Verizon Wireless users are crying foul after seeing slower Netflix and YouTube speeds than usual.

Reddit, Netflix, Google, and dozens of other tech companies are protesting Trump’s FCC today — here’s why

Several internet companies on Wednesday took part in a protest in support of the Federal Communications Commission's seemingly doomed net-neutrality rules.

AT&T says it will support a massive protest to save ‘net neutrality’ even though it sued to kill today’s net-neutrality rules

AT&T said it will stand in solidarity with an online protest in favor of the current net-neutrality rules on Wednesday, a move critics found disingenuous.

Nearly 25% of city-dwelling Americans aren’t connected to broadband internet

The digital divide is alive and well in America, unfortunately.

Spectrum kept raising my monthly TV and internet bill but wouldn’t tell me why

After my first year of service with Spectrum, formerly Time Warner Cable, I saw my bill increase every month for seemingly no reason at all.

The FCC has a plan to change how the internet is run, but you can comment on it first — here’s how

The FCC wants to repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules, and you can now tell the government how you feel about it. Here's how.

Facebook is testing high-speed wireless internet service in California

Facebook is testing high-speed, gigabit wireless internet service with the city of San Jose, California.

House Republicans just voted to let your internet provider sell your browsing history without your permission

The US House of Representatives on Tuesday voted to kill a set of Obama-era privacy regulations for internet providers, just days after the Senate did the same.

Senate Republicans just voted to give internet providers the green light to sell your web-browsing data without your consent

The Senate on Thursday voted to kill a set of FCC rules that would've forced internet providers to get your explicit consent before selling your browsing data.