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After spending many months and many dollars campaigning for support for the deal, Comcast has given up on acquiring Time Warner Cable under pressure from the extreme left. Comcast just spent the whole Net Neutrality fight appeasing the left by suppor...

Maybe there won't be a nation-spanning broadband monopolist after all.

Filed under: Company News, Media, Mergers & Acquisitions, Telecommunications, Consumer Issues By Meredith Mazzilli Comcast plans to drop its $45 billion offer to buy Time Warner Cable in the face of opposition from U.S. regulators, Bloomberg re...

While it’s already been reported that antitrust lawyers at the Dept. of Justice are leaning toward moving to block the $45 billion merger of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, staffers at the FCC — the other regulatory body reviewing the merg...

The NCTA is big cable’s big lobbying group. Right now, they’re trying their hardest to make sure the FCC can’t protect consumers and businesses from the largest ISPs with a lawsuit trying to block the FCC’s net neutrality rule...

Who benefits the most from competition and innovation in Internet services? The people who have the most need to save money: the poor. Further they more than anyone have the need to use the Internet to save money and to seek opportunity. They need ch...

When the FCC passed its new Internet regulations in February, there were a variety of reactions: Advocates for net neutrality rejoiced; telecom companies cringed; and lawyers, well, they started counting their potential fees. The new net neutrality r...