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Nearly everyone hates their internet provider. If you have a problem with your ISP and calling customer service fails, you now have another option: filing a complaint with the FCC. Now, more than ever, this can be an effective way to get your problem...

PayPal’s new user agreement — the one that gives the company even more latitude to make obnoxious prerecorded marketing calls to “any telephone number that you have provided us or that we have otherwise obtained” — is se...

"Internet access is not a necessity or human right" -Michael O’Rielly, Republican FCC Commissioner...

It's not surprising that the Obama FCC, after making a massive power grab with the pretext of solving a problem that doesn't actually exist, that now the FCC is moving on to an entirely new scam. Ajit "The Man" Pai says they're engaged in a 'regulato...

The FCC is going to be voting this week on a proposal to make a big change to one of their programs, Lifeline. The program — a subsidy that helps low-income consumers pay for phone service — may expand to help them pay for broadband, too.

Filed under: Company News, U.S. Government, Internet, Telecommunications, Consumer Issues Richard Drew/AP By ANNE FLAHERTY WASHINGTON -- AT&T Mobility has been slapped with a $100 million fine for offering consumers "unlimited" data, but then s...

Filed under: Advertising & Marketing, U.S. Government, Telecommunications, Consumer Issues, Ripoffs & Scams Getty Images The FCC will soon vote on a proposal that would allow phone companies to selectively block calls to customers. The prop...