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The future of net neutrality might rest on this obscure court case

There's a huge court case you need to hear about. It might not be on your radar yet because, frankly, some of it gets pretty technical. But the outcome is likely to have enormous repercussions for online privacy, net neutrality and the economy.

West Virginia journalist arrested after asking HHS Secretary Tom Price a question

As Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price walked through a hallway May 9 in the West Virginia state capitol, veteran reporter Dan Heyman followed alongside him, holding up his phone to Sec Price while attempting to ask him a question.

Comcast and Charter Just Made a Deal: Here’s how it will affect you.

Maybe you've heard: Charter Communications is teaming up with Comcast.

Sinclair warned its viewers about the media’s ‘fake news.’ Now it’s about to take over some of the nation’s biggest stations.

Two months before May 8's announcement that Sinclair Broadcast Group would pay $3.9 billion for Tribune Media and add to its dominance as the nation’s largest owner of local TV stations, a top executive at Sinclair beamed a short commentary piece

FBI Director Comey misstated key Clinton e-mail evidence at hearing

Apparently, FBI Director James Comey overstated key findings involving the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation during testimony to Congress recently.

Uber faces DOJ criminal probe over the secret 'Greyball' tool it used to stymie regulators

Apparently, the Justice Department has launched a criminal investigation into Uber's use of a secret software that was used to evade authorities in places where its ride-hailing service was banned or restricted.

LightSquared/Ligado wants to build a wireless network for drones, trains and automobiles

In its bid to blow up the nation’s cellular industry a half-decade ago, a company named LightSquared proposed something no wireless carrier had done before: It vowed to build America’s first retail cellphone network using airwaves traditionally re

Get government out of the Internet’s business

[Commentary] We reject the idea that the federal government should control the Internet.

What do we owe the people who protect us from the worst parts of the Internet?

Whatever Facebook plans to pay its 3,000 new hires, it’s hard to think that it will be enough. Getting in the door at a huge, influential tech company may, in the abstract, sound like an exciting opportunity.