FCC commissioners are soon vote on allegations of bill cramming against US carrier Sprint, which could see the company slapped with a $105 million fine.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler is calling out Verizon for their Title II hypocrisy.
Verizon tells the FCC that “sponsored data” is reasonable given the consumer benefits.
Broadband providers have spent millions to “lobby state/federal legislatures” to stop public Internet services that offer faster speeds at cheaper rates.
Long leaked but still in stealth, the all-metal Galaxy A7 has just finished at the FCC. This may be an indication of a pending launch, but when and where?
The FCC has forced T-Mobile to provide clearer information to customers running on throttled speeds and stop extempting test speed tools from data caps.
ISP’s prefer that we “trust them” to follow rules that they themselves don’t follow.
President Obama is making it clear that he supports the reclassification of ISPs under Title II in order to protect network neutrality.
Verizon penned another blog post claiming that the FCC was trying to “push for heavier regulation of the Internet.”
AT&T has told the FCC that if they want to prioritize speeds on one website over another, they should have the power to do so.