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From the cave rescue in Thailand to Facebook's Cambridge Analytica scandal, here are the top 10 news stories that captivated us in 2018.
The FCC chief’s call for cracking down on tech companies is not only laughable, it’s the ‘height of hypocrisy’
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai says he's concerned about the power of the big-tech companies and is calling for them to have new transparency obligations. But his comments are so contrary to everything he previously advocated that the political motive is impossible to hide.
The FCC boss who repealed net neutrality says Google, Facebook and Twitter might need ‘transparency obligations’
With the heads of some of the biggest tech firms about to testify on Capitol Hill, the head of the Federal Communications Commission is calling on them to disclose more information about their operations, particularly about who they ban and why.
Congress is set to grill the FCC’s chairman for falsely claiming his agency was hit with a cyberattack — here’s how it could affect ...
The Federal Communications Commissions servers were overwhelmed after comedian John Oliver discussed net-neutrality on his show last year. But FCC chairman Ajit Pai and his agency blamed the outage on a cyberattack. That assertion's now been debunked and Congress is going to want answers.
This startup is letting anyone start their own ISP business so they can provide a better alternative to Comcast or AT&T
With Necto, anyone can apply to be an ISP and run it all on their own.
Even though broadband providers are no longer barred from blocking, slowing, or providing preferred access to particular sites and services, you shouldn't expect your internet experience to change overnight. But changes could be coming.
A 25-year-old self-described ‘swatter’ has been charged with making a bomb threat that forced the FCC to evacuate during a net-neutrality ...
Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, of Los Angeles was already thought to be a serial "swatter" before he was accused of making bomb threats to the Federal Communications Commission and to the FBI.
The Senate's vote Wednesday to restore the Federal Communications Commission's net-neutrality rules shows the extent to which momentum is on the side of proponents of those regulations.
Registered voters across parties support the Senate’s decision to overturn the repeal on net neutrality
The U.S. Senate just voted to overturn the FCC's repeal of net neutrality, and a recent poll showing overwhelming bipartisan opposition to that repeal proves most registered voters are on board.
The Senate voted Wednesday in favor of a resolution under the Congressional Review Act that would overturn the Federal Communications Commission's December vote to abandon its net-neutrality rules. Despite passing the Senate, the measure faces an uncertain future.