GOP rep. on ISP privacy rules: 'Nobody's got to use the internet'
The FCC just sold a chunk of the wireless spectrum to T-Mobile
Dish, Comcast and US Cellular were also big winners at the FCC's first broadcast incentive auction.
Internet giants resist the FCC's relaxed net neutrality rules
They've raised their objections directly with the FCC's chairman.
FCC axes plan to allow phone calls on flights
The agency's Chairman just wants some mid-air peace and quiet.
FCC prepares for net neutrality reversal
The regulations protecting a free and open internet may not survive the next few months.
Democrats aren't backing down on internet data privacy
But a lot of these moves may simply be symbolic.
Trump signs bill rolling back FCC privacy rules for ISPs
The EFF argues that this move leaves customers without a federal agency to protect them in this space.
AT&T, Comcast and Verizon explain that they don't sell your browser history
But each company is already using customer data in ways you may not realize.
EFF: Verizon will install spyware on all its Android phones (update)
The privacy body isn't a fan of the carrier's new AppFlash launcher.