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Google asserted in a report filed to the Federal Communications Commission that the company's upcoming high-altitude, wireless signal tests (likely part of Google's Project Loon) pose no threat to the citizenry or the environment. The inter...

The National Association of African-American Owned Media and Byron Allen, the comedian and CEO of Entertainment Studios, are suing both the FCC and Charter Communications for $10 billion, citing its “Jim Crow policies” of “racial discrimination...

Cable TV has many issues that frustrate its customers -- channel bundles, poor customer service, high prices and more -- but so many of them track back directly to its antiquated and troublesome set-top boxes. As it has for many years, the FCC is aga...

While the cable industry hasn’t fessed up to how much it makes leasing set-top boxes to their customers, in July, lawmakers crunched some numbers and found that it could be a $20 billion industry, with consumers paying up to $232 every year on that...

Yesterday, Verizon announced its new sponsored data program . Those words are boring, but they’re just the latest in a growing trend from carriers and ISPs to undermine the core tenets of net neutrality . Here’s what it means and how it affects y...

Last month, executives with Verizon said the company would one day test sponsored data. That day is apparently today, as the largest wireless provider in the U.S. launched FreeBee Data, its version of T-Mobile and AT&T’s programs that don’t ding...

One thing at which the Left is very good is naming things – so as to hide and obfuscate what these things actually do. Because if they admitted what these things actually do – they would poll…well, right where Congress is polling. But o...