For the moment, the fate of the Sinclair-Tribune deal rests in the hands of the Federal Communications Commission as well as the nation’s antitrust regulators.
A Q&A with Lance State, a professor of communications at Fordham University.
A Q&A with Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai.
[Commentary] Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai stressed the importance that net neutrality protections come in the form of “light-touch regulation.” And his public notice leaves it up for tech and telecom companies to debate exac
A Q&A with federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai on network neutrality.
President Donald Trump’s first weeks in office have galvanized tech engineers, who vigorously protested the president — and in some cases, turned their fire on executives like Uber CEO Travis Kalanick, to get them to strike more forcefully at the
The uproar over Unroll.me selling user data to Uber shows most people don't understand ad-based business models
[Commentary] This week saw a furor surrounding Unroll.me, a service that offers to unsubscribe users from unwanted e-mails, but which apparently sold user data to Uber in the past in a way that wasn’t transparent to users.
Comcast used to be the biggest cable TV company in the US. And it still is. But now it’s something more important: It’s the biggest broadband company in the US.
As voters scrambled for new ways to raise their voices after Election Day, two Silicon Valley engineers introduced Resistbot — a tool that turns voters’ text messages into notes faxed directly to their members of Congress.
Google is demoting misleading and offensive content in its search by updating algorithms and offering users new ways to report bad results.