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Lawmakers want answers as to if the nation's wireless networks are throttling their customers' streaming video without proper disclosure or even reason.
The government makes the case that internet service providers are telecommunications services and aren't subject to heavy regulation.
On the same day Governor Jerry Brown signed the law that restored net neutrality regulations on ISPs, Attorney General Jeff Sessions filed a lawsuit.
Santa Clara County Fire Department has been fighting with Verizon to remove data speed throttling from its account while it has been fighting the blaze.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
The House of Representatives and President Donald Trump aren't likely to move this bill forward further, but it's a big reminder for voters.
Duplex was great and all. Android P made a big step towards wider, faster distribution. But what about privacy? We talk Google I/O on this week's show.
After months of regulatory uncertainty as to when the repeal of the Open Internet Order would take effect, we finally have a due date.
The Trump White House has yet to sign off on key aspects of the net neutrality repeal. Sprint and T-Mobile and merging... again... and more in our show!
The Office of Management and Budget still has to sign off on several aspects of the Title II protection repeal that require a change in funding.
The FBI recruited Best Buy employees as an arm of the law, but did it breach citizens' Fourth Amendment rights? That plus Android P and HTC phone feedback on our show!
It's the first state law with teeth to go against the FCC's "Restoring Internet Freedom Order" and will surely be the subject of legal disputes.
By having paper that explicitly lays out the terms of the repeal, it allows Congress and attorneys generals to begin to act.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.
AT&T's clarion call is raising doubts from net neutrality activists given its support for the repeal of Title II protections. That said, one thing's for sure: new laws would cement things up.
After the net neutrality rules repeal vote, would Pai face the crowd that has been against him on that very issue for the sake of their livelihoods?
It's good for the iPhone because the battery might screw your life up, the company says. It's sorry, it says. We have our say on what Apple is saying about iPhone processor throttling.
One bill comes from a Democratic senator, the other from a Republican representative. Which is more net neutral? Which has a chance on the floor?
Content providers probably won't be paying more (than they already are) to send product through the internet. Consumers will have to pay more to see it.
The commission's three Republican members voted against the two Democratic members to remove regulations that activists say promoted net neutrality.
Ajit Pai attacked the microblogging platform at an event held by a libertarian think tank for its "liberal" values while promoting his Title II rollback.
Enough food for a week in the fridge, enough football for a season and enough shopping for you to drop the habit. On this show, we jam about net neutrality.
The Open Internet Order equalized internet access after a raft of conflicts between content providers and internet providers. It may be killed.