Major US carriers will stop selling customer location data to aggregators (updated)
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile followed suit after Verizon made the first move.
Comcast says it’s no longer throttling heavy internet users' speeds
The company says improvements in technology make it unnecessary.
Senators ask the FCC if it was truly targeted by DDoS attacks
Brian Schatz and Ron Wyden have given the FCC a deadline for its explanation.
Net neutrality ends today
FCC shrugs at fake cell towers around the White House
It’s open season for cell tower spoofing in Washington.
FCC accused of lying about 2014 and 2017 DDoS attacks
Tom Wheeler's adviser said he didn't cover up the 2014 attack, because it never happened.
FCC implements a 'clear ban' on surprise phone bill charges
It also bars surprise phone company changes.
Spotify's FCC registration hints that hardware is on the way
It's beyond making plans.
Trump nominates Geoffrey Starks as FCC Commissioner
Just where he stands on key issues isn't clear.