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Leahy Presses Comcast for Stronger Net Neutrality Pledge

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the...

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters....

Nobel Research Proves Net Neutrality Is Bad, Or Maybe Good

Why the Snowden Filmmaker Doesn't Trust Anti-NSA Lawmakers

Obama Urges FCC to Ban Internet Fast Lanes

House (Slowly) Moves Ahead on Communications Law Overhaul

AT&T TO PAY $105M OVER MOBILE CRAMMING : The company agreed to a settlement with the FCC, FTC, and states' attorneys general for placing unauthorized charges on users' p...

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Leahy Presses Comcast for Stronger Net Neutrality Pledge

Congress Is Skeptical of FBI’s Plea to Crack Encryption

FBI Director James Comey is making the rounds pleading for new legislation to help law enforcement overcome new encryption technology, but lawmakers have little interest in the...

AT&T Customers Want Their Money Back

Thousands of people have already asked AT&T to refund bogus charges on their phone bills. HBO is launching a stand-alone streaming service that will appeal to cord cutters....

Nobel Research Proves Net Neutrality Is Bad, Or Maybe Good

Why the Snowden Filmmaker Doesn't Trust Anti-NSA Lawmakers

Obama Urges FCC to Ban Internet Fast Lanes

House (Slowly) Moves Ahead on Communications Law Overhaul

AT&T TO PAY $105M OVER MOBILE CRAMMING : The company agreed to a settlement with the FCC, FTC, and states' attorneys general for placing unauthorized charges on users' p...

Show More