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The glory days of unlimited mobile data plans are long behind us. For years, even the owners of “unlimited” plans have been subject to mysterious and inconsistent limits from their mobile providers. Yesterday, the poorly communicated limi...

 The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is suing AT&T for having “misled” millions of customers who purchase “unlimited” data plans for their phones, only to have the carrier later drastically reduce the amount of informa...

As much as the extreme left wants you to fear anything other than a socialist Internet, Obamacare-style where your only choices are government dictated, the future is in innovation likeThe post Tech at Night: The Future is Subsidized Data appeared fi...

All too often it's the case that government acts, and forces corporations to behave in a certain way, but then we go and blame the corporations instead of the governmentThe post Tech at Night: Inside the Beltway they blame anyone but government appea...

The slowly-turning wheel of the approvals process for two big media mergers has temporarily ground to a halt, as the FCC today announced delays in their reviews of both AT&T’s planned acquisition of DirecTV and also the Comcast/Time Warner...

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...