Maine passes bill requiring ISPs to ask permission before selling data
It's offering privacy protections the federal government won't.
Group accuses EU internet providers of violating net neutrality
ISPs are reportedly shaping traffic in ways that break the rules.
Alexa's in-skill purchasing comes to the UK, Germany and Japan
Developers in three more countries can now monetize their Alexa skills.
Charter will expand broadband network so it can stay in New York
The ISP will pay $12 million in settlement.
Microsoft says FCC data on improved broadband coverage is misleading
It's not really getting any better.
New Zealand ISPs block websites hosting Christchurch shooting video
Sites that don't honor the requests effectively become inaccessible.
Why can’t all set-top boxes be as stylish as the Freebox Delta?
Streaming speeds meets 4K, HDR and high fidelity.
Google Fiber to shut down in Louisville after ongoing service issues
Residents will get free access until service ends on April 15th.
New York sets tougher standards for marketing internet speeds
ISPs will have to prove they can deliver the performance they claim.