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Former FCC Chair Tom Wheeler Says The Internet Needs Regulation

A Q&A with former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler. 

A Year Without Net Neutrality: No Big Changes (Yet)

It's been one year since the Federal Communications Commission voted to gut its net neutrality rules. The good news is that the internet isn't drastically different than it was before.

Can the FCC Really Block California's Net Neutrality Law?

Does California have authority to impose net neutrality rules?

The One Telecom Group That *Does* Support Net Neutrality

Charles "Chip" Pickering, a conservative Republican former member of Congress and CEO of a telecommunications-industry group called Incompas, supports net neutrality. Under Pickering's leadership, Incompas has been a steadfast defender of 2015 rul

FCC Offers Small ISPs a Boost, but a Bigger Setback Looms

Small internet service providers (ISPs) expect a helping hand from the Federal Communications Commission August 2, a move that could spur competition and perhaps lower prices.

The FCC's Net Neutrality Rules Are Dead, but the Fight Isn't

Although net neutrality protections end June 11, don't expect to see huge changes right away.

Does It Matter If China Beats the US to Build a 5G Network?

Why exactly is it so important for the US to build 5G networks before China?

Big Tech's Fight for Net Neutrality Moves Behind the Scenes

You might not be hearing much from big tech on net neutrality lately. But the likes of Google and Facebook are still invested in the fight behind the scenes.

Your Favorite Websites are Rallying in a Last-Ditch Effort to Save Net Neutrality

You might be seeing a lot of red on the internet May 9. Many sites, including Etsy, Reddit, and OKCupid will adorn their pages with “red alerts” asking readers to tell their representatives to save net neutrality.

The Comcast-NBC Merger Offers Little Guidance for AT&T-Time Warner

On the surface, the AT&T-Time Warner deal bears a strong resemblance to Comcast's 2011 acquisition of NBC Universal. Both AT&T and its opponents have already invoked the Comcast-NBC Universal merger in support of their case.