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The cable and satellite television industry could be in for a big shift thanks to a small change proposed by the Federal Communications Commission. The regulator is officially considering a tweak to regulation that would remove a major roadblock for...

Evan from Fight for the Future writes, "The Sunlight Foundation released a study based on data that the FCC had released to the public about the most recent batch of net neutrality comments. Read the rest...

The FCC is facing a lot of opposition this year, but Verizon in particular just really seems to thrive on challenging the agency. The latest move from the telco giant is a message to the FCC that even if they use Title II to regulate net neutrality,...

After a long pause, the FCC’s review of the Comcast/TWC merger is back underway. Now, the wave of comments in response to Comcast’s last data dump are starting to roll in, once again asking the agency to block the merger. Our colleagues d...

Filed under: Consumer Protection, Cell Phones, Consumer Electronics Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg/Getty Images By Alina Selyukh WASHINGTON -- A U.S. consumer watchdog agency on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against wireless carrier Sprint (S) over unauthoriz...

When things don't go right for the Patriots, Tom Brady has a habit of swearing on the sideline, and networks have a habit of cutting to their cameras on the sideline to capture his anger. Jim Nantz will write it off as frustration or whatever. Howeve...

Just two months after the Federal Communications Commission imposed its largest fine on AT&T for overcharging consumers using a practice known as “bill-cramming,” the regulator is reportedly poised to saddle Sprint with the same $105...