New York sets tougher standards for marketing internet speeds
ISPs will have to prove they can deliver the performance they claim.
Utah ISP's internet filtering ad knocks customers offline
It's supposedly necessary due to state law, but that doesn't appear true.
Charter agrees to $174 million settlement for poor service in New York
The company will pay $62.5 million in direct refunds to customers.
Canada court says ISPs can charge studios for hunting pirates
If Hollywood wants cooperation, it might have to pay up.
Music labels sue Cox again for allegedly ignoring piracy
The internet provider supposedly had no intention of taking firm action.
Our (likely) next Supreme Court justice doesn't get the internet
Cable companies and ISPs are similar, but different.
Small internet providers face a fight for their lives
In an upcoming vote, the FCC could make or break their future.
Oregon moves forward with its own net neutrality legislation
The bill requires state agencies get internet from providers that uphold net neutrality.
This is what transparency looks like without net neutrality
The FCC has a lot of faith in Comcast, Verizon, AT&T and other ISPs.