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Don't break the net. Internet access should not be a public utility. It has nothing to do with Net Neutrality. It would kill investment and expansion of high speed services to more people. More regulations hurt the little guy more than the big gu...

Small cities want the federal government's help in sweeping aside state laws that prevent them from offering better internet service. The dispute has triggered a broader debate about the FCC's power under the Constitution. Can the FCC clear the way...

 A number of moves this week: The White House announced its intention for Danny Marti to be its new piracy guru, departing national CTO Todd Park will return to Silicon Valley, but keep working for the government, Google X’s Megan Smith i...

How does the FCC's controversial plan for internet fast lanes affect small retailers? Plenty, according to Etsy. The handcraft site is afraid fast lanes will harm its sellers, but believe that momentum is shifting its way. Etsy sees hope for small r...

Understanding how bandwidth is priced can be complicated. But if you value the internet, it's worth trying to understand how it works because large ISPs and certain business models can drive up bandwidth costs for all. Here’s more data on (and...

A former acting director of cyber security at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was convicted of child porn charges on Tuesday, the Department of Justice announced. See also: Meet the Man Hired to Make Sure the Snowden Docs Aren't Hack...

The first round of public comments about the proposed merger between Comcast and Time Warner Cable will close on Monday. Comcast had little to say about internet antitrust issues, but instead talked up its diversity record. Comcast touts diversity,...