Latest Network neutrality Stories
Last month, AT&T got back in the game of angering their iPhone customers by announcing they would allow FaceTime calls over 3G, (a new feature in iOS 6) but only if customers dropped their grandfathered unlimited data plans and jumped on one of their new, Mobile Share plans.
Demand for new technologies is continuing to shape the industry, as more consumers are becoming internet-savvy.
Verizon is challenging the Federal Communications Commission's Net neutrality rules, saying they violate its First Amendment right to free speech.
FCC chairman Julius Genachowski said Tuesday that he supports tiered broadband internet plans, a growing trend that he claims could be “healthy and beneficial” for broadband and high-tech industries.
Internet and digital service provider comparison site Broadband Expert (http://www.broadbandexpert.com) has announced its official launch in the US
The Senate voted 52 to 46 along party lines on Thursday to reject a Republican bid to overturn the Federal Communications Commission's (FCC) network neutrality regulations, which are set to take effect November 20.
Verizon Communication’s lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission’s net neutrality rules was consolidated with six other suits into one case to go before the US Appeals Court in Washington on Thursday.
- A political dynamiter.