The FCC's new privacy rules shield personal data from your ISP
Broadband providers will now need permission to monitor your browsing habits.
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The FCC wants ISPs to get permission before sharing your data
'The information you share with your broadband provider is yours,' FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler says.
Netflix calls on the FCC to fix 'unreasonable' data caps
The company claims usage limits intentionally discourage streaming video.
EU net neutrality guidelines close key 'fast lane' loopholes
Your internet provider can't slow down services it doesn't like.
Comcast begins gigabit internet trial in Chicago
The speedy new service is more expensive than it is in other cities.
Washington state sues Comcast over its 'deceptive' service plan
The $100 million lawsuit claims that the Service Protection Plan was a ripoff.
Google Fiber buys a gigabit ISP that uses fiber and wireless
Webpass has deployed its 'superfast' connections in five US markets.