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FBI’s methods to spy on journalists should remain classified, judge rules

A federal judge is agreeing with the FBI's contention that publicly disclosing its methods on how it spies on journalists could hamper national security.

1 million NYC homes can’t get Verizon FiOS, so the city just sued Verizon

New York City filed a lawsuit against Verizon. The city claims Verizon failed to complete a citywide fiber rollout by 2014 as required in its cable franchise agreement. Verizon disputes the city's allegations.

Senator Booker: Social media sites aren’t bad or good—ceding them to hate is the problem.

Sen Cory Booker (D-NJ) may not generate the same attention as our current tweeter-in-chief, but he embraces social media just as much.

Net neutrality hurts health care and helps adult content, Sen Johnson claims

Republican Sens March 8 claimed that network neutrality rules are hurting broadband network investment and urged Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai to overturn them.

After escaping net neutrality probe, Verizon expands data cap exemptions

Just a few weeks after escaping a network neutrality investigation into data cap exemptions, Verizon has decided to let its FiOS mobile video stream on its wireless network without counting against data caps.

The World’s Top Tech Investor Is Betting Big on Trump -- Including Sprint Merger?

The world’s largest technology investor is preparing to ramp up his bet on the Trump economy.

Sen Schumer: The Internet belongs to the people, not powerful corporate interests

[Commentary] In today’s economy, it is equally important that access to the backbone of twenty-first century infrastructure, the Internet, be similarly unfettered.

Sen Thune: Protect the Open Internet with a bipartisan law

[Commentary] Let’s put the scare tactics and apocalyptic rhetoric aside. The Internet worked great in 2014 when there were no net neutrality rules.

California Supreme Court: No, you can’t hide public records on a private account

The California Supreme Court ruled that state and local officials must disclose public records even if those "writings" are held on private devices or accounts.

Under Ajit Pai’s FCC, mobile ISPs can charge tolls to bypass data caps

The Federal Communications Commission recently gave mobile carriers the green light to expand zero-rating, a method of favoring online content by exempting it from data caps.