Net neutrality advocates call on the FCC to reclassify broadband as a regulated, common-carrier service.
That's the question at the heart of a case currently being heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, where both sides have some very valid arguments.
The controversy over new proposed rules explodes before critics have actually seen them.
The agency will ask the public for comments on pay-for-priority agreements, an official says.
An upcoming proposal allowing pay-for-priority service is not finalized, an official says
The company adds 549,000 retail mobile customes and 98,000 Fios broadband customers during the first quarter.
The agency's proposal would allow paid preferential treatment for some traffic based on commercially reasonable terms.
Participants target an end to Internet surveillance, but have other goals including net neutrality.
The 70 percent increase in the Connect America Fund would help bring broadband to 5 million U.S. residents, the agency says
New funds target broadband deployment to 5 million US residents, the FCC says
The steaming video service told the Supreme Court that it doesn't violate US copyright law by giving subscribers access to over-the-air TV.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in the copyright infringement case against the streaming TV service
The agency's plan includes selling 'generic' 5MHz spectrum blocks
The streaming music service is violating New York law by not paying artists, the lawsuit alleges.
Customers raise concerns about electrical outages and mobile phone radiation in comments to the FCC