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Verizon: Treating Broadband As Title II Service Would Be Illegal

Verizon told the FCC in a white paper filed Oct. 30 that since all the major providers and trade associations agree that the FCC has...

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Cable Opposes FCC Online Video Proposal

Major cable companies are getting worried they could face stiffer competition from online video, thanks to a new government proposal.

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Here’s how the U.S. plans to avoid a U.N. vote on the future of the Internet

The latest battle over who should run the Internet will be waged in the South Korean port city of Busan over the next three weeks

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9/11 Commission Urges Senate to Pass Cybersecurity Bill

The 9/11 Commission is calling on Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reed (D-Nev.) to get cybersecurity legislation passed before the end of this Congress.

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FCC's Wheeler: Diversity Fight has 'Leapt to Net'

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler signaled in a speech Tuesday (Oct. 7) that while the FCC will continue to push for diverse voices...

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Waxman Offers Hybrid Plan to Keep Broadband Providers Happy While Protecting Net Neutrality

California’s US Representative Henry Waxman proposed a different approach to net neutrality on Friday. In a letter to Federal Communication Commission...

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Will FCC Regulate Online Web Services Next?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which regulates satellite and traditional cable companies, may now begin...

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The Dark Side of Net Neutrality

The FCC may regulate the Internet like phones, but could that include power of censorship?

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The FTC doubles down on its net neutrality ambitions

A top official at the Federal Trade Commission is warning that consumers will be hurt if a fellow agency, the Federal Communications Commission...

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FCC's Clyburn comes out for strict net neutrality rules for wireless

The roiling debate over net neutrality rules got another jolt Wednesday when two of the FCC's Democratic commissioners pushed for strong net neutrality regulations...

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