Marguerite Reardon

One year after net neutrality: What you need to know

It's been a year since the Obama-era network neutrality protections, which ensure all internet traffic is treated equally, came off the books. The fight continues as net neutrality activists plan protests June 11 to mark the first anniversary.

Millions of Americans still can't get broadband. Here’s a potential fix

USTelecom, an industry group representing carriers like AT&T, CenturyLink, and others serving rural America, says it may have the fix for broadband mapping that will provide far more granularity in the data than ever before.

Republicans say they want net neutrality rules, too

A Q&A with Rep Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA). 

Democrats leading the Save the Internet Act are pushing for a vote in April, with or without Republicans

A Q&A with House Communications Subcommittee Chairman Mike Doyle (D-PA).

Tim Berners-Lee still believes the web can be fixed, even today

30 years on, the web has been "hijacked by crooks" who could destroy it, world wide web creator Tim Berners-Lee said.

FCC Chairman Pai acknowledges Russians interfered in net neutrality debate

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said that roughly 500,000 comments submitted during the debate over the controversial repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules were linked to Russian email addresses.

Net neutrality faces its own election challenge in heated midterms

With less than a week to go now before the midterm elections, one of the biggest questions is whether younger voters will show up at the polls. Democrats have seized on network neutrality as an issue to get them to vote.

Chairman Pai and Commissioner Rosenworcel say we need a 'national mission' to fix rural broadband

One thing Democrats and Republicans do agree on: The digital divide undercutting rural America needs to be fixed. But figuring out the details of achieving this goal is where the two sides diverge.

Why rural areas can't catch a break on speedy broadband

In spite of the billions of dollars in private investment and government subsidies over multiple decades, the numbers still paint a disturbing picture.

Judge Kavanaugh defends his net neutrality dissent in Senate hearing

During his second day of Senate confirmation hearings, Judge Brett Kavanaugh defended his dissent in a federal court decision that upheld the Federal Communications Commission's 2015 net neutrality rules.