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Public Knowledge, one of the extreme leftists organizations pushing for socialized Internet, with Net Neutrality as the latest wedge to grow government, has been at this a while. One of their own, Gigi Sohn, even left to go work at the FCC to fight...

The full regulatory approval process for the Comcast/TWC merger has months left to go, but we’re getting down to the wire on one part of it: the deadline for public comments is Monday. Our colleagues down the hall at Consumers Union, the advoca...

Tension is building between the telecom industry, which is using state laws to shut down cities from building broadband networks, and the FCC, where chairman Tom Wheeler repeated a warning that he will overrule such laws. FCC can knock out state law...

A complicated auction process, in which broadcasters are encouraged to sell their spectrum to wireless carriers, just became more complicated in light of a National Association of Broadcasters lawsuit that claims TV companies will be short-changed by...

Months after Comcast and Verizon allowed Netflix data to bottleneck so badly that the streaming video company had no other option but to pay for a more direct connection to end-users, Time Warner Cable has confirmed that it too is now collecting a to...

Netflix, the online streaming giant, has signed a paid peering deal with Time Warner Cable, meaning that it now has deals with the four biggest U.S. ISPs. Netflix is now paying Time Warner Cable for direct access and faster streams originally publi...

The FCC’s recent objective to improve the functionality of our 911 system is laudable -- but such regulation could signal danger for entrepreneurs. The slippery slope of FCC internet regulation originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014...