FCC loses bid to cut tribal broadband subsidies
It couldn't prove that it needed to drop Lifeline to spur carriers.
Court blocks FCC from cutting broadband subsidies in tribal lands
It would have left some natives without alternatives.
Bipartisan bill calls for study on economic impact of broadband access
It’s a companion bill to a similar piece of proposed legislation in the Senate.
FCC Commissioner Clyburn talks about net neutrality at CES
The wealth of new ideas on display at CES is largely thanks to an open internet.
FCC vote could force low-income households offline
"This is cruelty. It is at odds with our statutory duty."
FCC stops federal approval of low-income broadband subsidies
The commission will let states decide on affordable internet access.
FCC halts nine companies from participating in the 'Lifeline' program
It provides subsidized home internet service for low-income households.
YouTube's future pay-only shows include one from 'The Rock'
There are also Red exclusives from the creators of 'Community' and 'Bourne Identity.'
FCC expands Lifeline to help low-income Americans afford internet
Enacted in the 80s to cover telephones, the updated plan covers mobile and fixed broadband internet.