Trump's new tech adviser wants to gut the FCC
The agency should get stripped down because telecoms and ISPs “are rarely, if ever, monopolies,” he says.
SpaceX wants to launch 4,425 internet satellites
The private space corp has asked the FCC for permission to launch them.
Under Trump the future of Net Neutrality and broadband is uncertain
With an anti-regulation crusader on his transition team, the FCC's Net Neutrality rules will likely be gutted.
The FCC's new privacy rules shield personal data from your ISP
Broadband providers will now need permission to monitor your browsing habits.
T-Mobile agrees to pay FCC $48m over misleading data plans
The $48 million settlement includes a cash fine, a few perks for customers and free tech for schools.
FCC fines Comcast $2.3 million for shady billing practices (updated)
The FCC was investigating the company for charging customers for services they didn't order.
The FCC wants ISPs to get permission before sharing your data
'The information you share with your broadband provider is yours,' FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says.
FCC needs more time to make its set-top box rules a reality
Technical and legal issues are holding up the plan to "Unlock the Box."
Wireless Emergency Alerts are about to get more detailed
The FCC voted to expand the WEA system, including the establishment of a new class of alerts.