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Senator Proposes New 'Title X' for Net Neutrality

The ranking Democrat on the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation said here that a new communications law...

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The First Net Neutrality Complaints Are Coming

The Federal Communications Commission may have to soon consider the first disputes under its new net neutrality regulations, starting with a fight over Internet congestion and online video.

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CTIA Believes that Net Neutrality will kill Investment in Mobile

While carriers may have just spent north of $41 billion on the AWS-3 Spectrum auction.

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Neutrality Groups Diss Government Web 'Blocking'

The U.S. International Trade Commission has asserted the authority to block Internet transmissions, according to some net-neutrality advocates who are crying foul over the decision.

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Tennessee sues feds for blocking Web law

Tennessee is suing the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over its attempt to block a state law limiting the growth of government-run Internet providers.

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Five things that could kill Internet rules

The tough net neutrality rules adopted by Federal Communications Commission (FCC) are under attack on a variety of fronts.

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Net neutrality hearing examines a false choice on antitrust

Opponents of net neutrality, still stinging from their recent defeat at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), have taken their fight...

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GOP Senator: Net Neutrality 'Jeopardizes' Open Internet

Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.) this week called out the FCC, saying its recently passed net neutrality rules have "the exact opposite" effect on protecting an open Internet.

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Is the Internet's future one of innovation or government control?

If you don't think the direction of the Internet's future is implicated by the choice between two very different paths...

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House Oversight Committee Grills Wheeler

In an almost-three-hour grilling, Wheeler, sporting a green tie for St. Patrick’s Day and a steely eye to meet the gaze of troubled Republicans, defended the decision...

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