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The being of a return to Constitutional governanceThe post FCC Drama As Net Neutrality And Other Obama Rules Are On the Way Out appeared first on RedState.

Hey, remember when your home broadband was effectively unfettered by monthly restrictions on downloads? Well, internet service providers would prefer that you didn’t have such free and easy access to data, because they want those data caps to be fo...

You may have heard some folks sounding the Red Alert about the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Basically, there’s a possible combination of events, enabled by Senate Republican corruption, that could lead to Barack Obama deadlocking th...

Harry Reid's other eye might pop out from the effort of making this workThe post Blue On Blue Violence Rages As Democrats Fight To Keep Control Of the FCC appeared first on RedState.

The FCC has a few things to say about AT&T and Verizon's takes on net neutrality. Jon Wilkins, the commission's chief of wireless telecommunication, wrote separate letters to both telcos highlighting concerns about recent zero-ratin...

While last year’s Open Internet Order — better known as the “net neutrality” rules — stops broadband providers from blocking, speeding up, or slowing down data to or from sources of their choosing, that rule doesn’t explicitly deal with t...

On Monday, President-elect Trump named two advisers to his tech policy transition team. One of those experts, director of the Public Utility Research Center at the University of Florida Mark Jamison, wrote a blog entry last month explaining his posit...