Coverage of how Internet service is deployed, used and regulated.

Public Knowledge Files FCC Comments to Preserve Net Neutrality Rules

As Public Knowledge’s comprehensive filing of more than 100 pages makes abundantly clear, Chairman Pai’s proposal would remove consumer protections the Federal Communications Commission has explicitly and repeatedly identified as critical to prote

AT&T Statement on Supporting an Open Internet

AT&T filed comments in support of the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to return to a nearly two decades-old bipartisan commitment to a light-handed approach to internet services – a commitment the FCC abandoned for no good reason

Comcast says it should be able to create internet fast lanes for self-driving cars

Comcast filed comments in support of the Federal Communications Commission’s plan to kill the 2015 network neutrality rules.

Librarians Read FCC Title II Riot Act

The American Library Association says the Federal Communications Commission under Chairman Tom Wheeler got the reading of the law right when it imposed strong network neutrality rules under Title II (common carrier) authority.

NATOA Announces Recipients of 2017 Community Broadband Awards for Outstanding Broadband Endeavors

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) Board of Directors announced the recipients of NATOA’s 2017 Community Broadband Awards.

The Dark Side of That Personality Quiz You Just Took

Personality quizzes have some sort of perennial appeal.

The net neutrality fight is on: Where do we go from here?

If the Federal Communications Commission does dismantle Title II network neutrality rules, what happens next?

Conservative Group Says Pro Net Neutrality Comments Were Faked

On July 17, a group opposed to the rules said its analysis had uncovered 1.3 million likely fake pro-net neutrality comments from addresses in France, Russia and Germany "almost exclusively" from the e-mail domains and "The ga

Don't pin your hopes on Facebook, Google, and other massive tech companies to keep the internet a level playing field — here’s why

[Commentary] There are differences between what tech giants (Google, Facebook, Amazon, Netflix) of the internet and their smaller counterparts are saying.

It’s our last chance to choose information independence over special interests

[Commentary] Americans’ information independence is under attack, whether it’s the repeal of network neutrality or the repeal of broadband privacy protections.