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I like to point out how the Net Neutrality / Title II Reclassification gang makes inconsistent arguments, for example complaining about 'fast lanes' even as it pushes for Title IIThe post Tech at Night: The real motivation of the Net Neutrality gang...

Streaming broadcast TV service Aereo was unceremoniously shut down by the Supreme Court last spring, but although they suspended all operations it wasn’t entirely the end of their business. Either Aereo or the law would have to change in order...

 The FCC slapped AT&T with the largest “enforcement action” in its history, the agency announced today. The total bill, $105 million, will include $80 million in payments to scammed AT&T customers, $20 million to “state...

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Saturday morning American broadcast TV was once animation's home field. Filling a cereal bowl with artificially colored sugar pebbles and staring at the tube was every kid's weekend plan. Not any more: For the first time in 50-plus years, you won't f...

The fact that the Net Neutrality and "Title II Reclassification" debates are being driven by myths and falsehoods seems to be getting out. Which is why we now see them getting more desperate.The post Tech at Night: Net Neutrality update appeared fir...

Earlier this week, the FCC voted unanimously to repeal its 39-year-old Sports Blackout Rule, which that prevented the broadcasting of certain sporting events if they weren’t sold out. While that decision removes federal involvement in blackouts...