Ali Breland

NY attorney general sues Time Warner Cable over internet speed fraud

The New York attorney general’s office announced a lawsuit filed against Spectrum-Time Warner Cable and its parent company, Charter Communications, for allegedly defrauding and misleading New Yorkers about internet speeds and quality.

With Trump, Twitter transition stirs confusion

The handoff of federal agencies' social media accounts to the Trump administration is sparking controversy and complicating the transition.

AT&T beefs up lobbying after merger proposal

AT&T spent more money on lobbying during 2016 in the midst of its proposed merger with Time Warner than it has since 2012.

Five worries for tech under President Trump

Here are five areas where the tech industry is cautiously awaiting the Administration's plans:

Five key players for Trump on tech

Here are five of the biggest players to watch on technology:

Tech workers to protest Palantir over Immigrant Tracking

A coalition of tech workers in Silicon Valley will demonstrate outside of Palantir’s headquarters to protest the company’s assistance to the US government in creating a system to track immigrants and foreign travelers entering the country.

Tech policy in spotlight for Commerce nominee's hearing

Lawmakers will have a shortened, but busy week, ahead of President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration.

Chairman Wheeler to take job at the Aspen Institute

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler will be taking a job in communication policy at the Aspen Institute think tank after he steps down from the FCC.

Dems look for way forward on FCC nomination

President Barack Obama and Democrats are making a last-ditch try to get Jessica Rosenworcel back on the Federal Communications Commission. President Obama renominated Rosenworcel for a five-year term.

Five regulatory fights facing tech in 2017

Here are five regulatory fights the tech world will be watching closely in 2017.