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
The court's ruling raises questions about the FCC's authority to require VoIP providers to compete calls and carry all traffic.
The company has made efforts to launch an antitrust compliance program after fighting against outside oversight, the monitor says
Nearly 80 percent of US Internet users want data-sharing restrictions through government regulation, one survey says
Two defendants face arraignment in federal court Friday, charged with distributing the malware that helped siphon millions of dollars from U.S. accounts.
A policy statement from the DOJ and FTC is aimed at giving companies assurance about sharing with each other.
The freedom and openness of the Internet are at stake after the U.S. government announced plans to end its contractual oversight of ICANN, some critics said Thursday.
Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable could also lead to discrimination against Web content competitors, critics say
The acquisition would bring faster broadband speeds and its low-income program to Time Warner customers, Comcast says.
Modifications proposed by the Obama administration to the U.S. phone records collection program aren't enough, some say.