New York sets tougher standards for marketing internet speeds
ISPs will have to prove they can deliver the performance they claim.
Apple TV's zero sign-on is live, starting with Charter Spectrum
The cable provider's app is delayed until next year.
California delays net neutrality law while federal lawsuit plays out
The state will wait until a challenge to the FCC’s rules is wrapped up.
Internet industry groups sue California over net neutrality law
They're following the federal government in filing suit against the state.
Apple and Google will testify to Senate on data privacy September 26th
Amazon, AT&T and Charter will also be present.
New York kicks Spectrum out of the state for 'recurring failures'
It (was) the biggest cable provider in the area.
The FCC is peddling its net neutrality spin as facts
The agency is disseminating a list of myths vs. so-called facts and it's very misleading.
The FCC is helping cable companies evade consumer protection rules
The dispute centers on the way VoIP is regulated.
Data leak exposed millions of Time Warner Cable customers
If you used the TV provider's mobile app, you were vulnerable.