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.
The FCC is asking TV station owners to switch or share frequencies to free up spectrum.
TerraCom and YourTel are set to receive a $10 million penalty from the FCC after leaving sensitive consumer data available online and failing to inform its customers.
With the Nexus 6 pre-orders opening up on October 29th, we see a device closely resembling the Nexus 6 pass through the FCC.
T-Mobile’s current data roaming rate with AT&T is 150 percent higher than the average domestic roaming rate.
Half of the wireless calls to 9-1-1 were the result of butt dialing.