Canada strengthens net neutrality with zero-rating crackdown
A ruling against Videotron's 'Unlimited Music' plan could have wider implications for the industry.
Internet giants resist the FCC's relaxed net neutrality rules
They've raised their objections directly with the FCC's chairman.
FCC prepares for net neutrality reversal
The regulations protecting a free and open internet may not survive the next few months.
Verizon adds cult TV shows to its Go90 video service
Who needs net neutrality when you can binge 'Babylon 5?'
Verizon FiOS streaming no longer counts toward your data cap
Once again, the carrier is playing catch-up with AT&T and T-Mobile.
Congress begins rolling back Obama's broadband privacy rules
ISPs will soon be able to sell your most private data without your consent.
ACLU and 170 other groups ask the FCC to keep net neutrality
It's mostly a symbolic gesture, but there are multiple big names involved.
FCC chairman Ajit Pai calls net neutrality a 'mistake'
The new head of the FCC made his disdain for 2015's open internet protections clear.
FCC head puts the brakes on new ISP privacy rules
Without them, broadband companies will have free access to customers' browsing habits.