Axios

Net neutrality complaints rise amid FCC repeal

Internet users are complaining more about net neutrality-related issues since the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal the existing net neutrality rules earlier this month, according to the FCC's consumer complaint data.

Congress passes bill to make government websites mobile-phone friendly

Both chambers of Congress have passed a bill, the Connected Government Act, that will mandate federal websites to be mobile friendly, an effort to ensure people will be able to access the websites and the services made available through them on mo

What internet firms are saying now that net neutrality is no more

With the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of network neutrality rules set to go into effect in 2018, attention is turning to the pledges internet service providers have made to consumers about how they'll handle web traffic. Many are tak

How consumers could get shafted by new media

Proponents of major media mergers say that consumers will benefit if regulators approve the deals.

How Ajit Pai tore up the rulebook for the information age

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai has rewritten the rules of the information age so thoroughly that there's no mode of communication under his control where the rules aren't looser than they were a year ago.

The coming trade war over data

Technology companies are facing growing international obstacles affecting how their most valuable asset — data — flows across borders.

Rep Ro Khanna pushes back on criticism of his net neutrality comment

Rep Ro Khanna (D-CA) -- who represents parts of Silicon Valley -- defended a controversial statement he made in a conversation with his local paper last week that pointed to Portugal as an example of what happens when regulations don't protect net

News Corp launches new ad network to take on Facebook/Google

News Corp is taking aim at the digital-ad dominance of Google and Facebook with a new platform to let advertisers reach audiences across all of its online properties.

Trump lawyer claims the "President cannot obstruct justice"

John Dowd, President DonaldTrump's outside lawyer, outlined a new and highly controversial defense/theory in the Russia probe: A president cannot be guilty of obstruction of justice.  The "President cannot obstruct justice because he is the chief