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The FCC recently established new rules to prevent ISPs from selectively degrading your connection to certain services, like some have done in the past . This tool, from Fight for the Future, can check to see if this type of degradation is happening...

When you think of the Internet and First Amendment issues, your mind probably conjures up images of people being able to freely express themselves online through websites, videos, and social media. But if your AT&T, the First Amendment was create...

While some cable companies, like Comcast and Cox, continue to run regional tests of data caps for their broadband services, at least one major industry analyst is egging the industry to establish harder data caps before the FCC’s new net neutra...

Your cable company sells you a broadband plan advertising download speeds of “up to 25Mbps.” But it feels sluggish to you so you check out an online speed test site and it tells you you’re only getting a fraction of that speed. Then...

While 30 Rock may have officially ended two years ago, its legacy lives on in the vodka-tampon, MILF-addled-memories of our nation’s most sensitive viewers. And now, we have the official FCC complaints to prove it.Read more...

We've exposed the entire Net Neutrality gimmick as a fraud. Netflix was lying, FCC was lying, none of it was honest. In fact they're now turning antitrust into the next crisis not to waste. So now there are people out there trying to beat the Obama p...

The Federal Communications Commission is taking Sprint and Verizon to task for billing practices that hid extra charges in customers' bills On Tuesday the agency ordered the carriers to pay settlements totaling more than $150 million for billing cust...