Republicans hope to overturn internet privacy rules
A resolution would revert the FCC's protections for broadband customers.
Car makers ask Trump to revisit fuel efficiency rules
They don't want to be held to tougher environmental standards through 2025.
FCC stops defending caps on prison phone call rates
It could be harder for inmates to communicate with the outside world.
The FCC stops investigating carrier's 'zero-rating' plans
Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T can decide what doesn't count towards a data cap.
New York sues Charter over slow internet speeds
It accuses the former Time Warner Cable of delivering far less than it promised.
Bitcoin wallets get a key approval in Switzerland
One company can hold your digital currency without having to serve as a bank.
Oracle faces Labor Department lawsuit over job discrimination
It allegedly pays white men more, and favors Asian workers for technical roles.
New York driver groups push for a ban on autonomous cars
One outfit is even calling for a 50-year moratorium.
China tells app stores to register with the government
It's a security measure, but it also enables stricter censorship.