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A 25-year-old self-described ‘swatter’ has been charged with making a bomb threat that forced the FCC to evacuate during a net-neutrality ...
Tyler Raj Barriss, 25, of Los Angeles was already thought to be a serial "swatter" before he was accused of making bomb threats to the Federal Communications Commission and to the FBI.
The Senate's vote Wednesday to restore the Federal Communications Commission's net-neutrality rules shows the extent to which momentum is on the side of proponents of those regulations.
Registered voters across parties support the Senate’s decision to overturn the repeal on net neutrality
The U.S. Senate just voted to overturn the FCC's repeal of net neutrality, and a recent poll showing overwhelming bipartisan opposition to that repeal proves most registered voters are on board.
The Senate voted Wednesday in favor of a resolution under the Congressional Review Act that would overturn the Federal Communications Commission's December vote to abandon its net-neutrality rules. Despite passing the Senate, the measure faces an uncertain future.
Americans received a record-breaking 3.4 billion robocalls last month — here are some ways to stop them
Federal lawmakers, regulators, and law enforcement have been pushing for more regulation, but robocallers are becoming more sophisticated and the definition of "auto-dialers" still isn't clear. But there are a few things you can do to help stop them.
The FCC’s net-neutrality protections are about to disappear — but supporters are moving on multiple fronts to put them back in place
The Federal Communications Commission will officially end its net neutrality rules at the end of April, but that may not be the end of the story.
AT&T says it supports net neutrality and won’t create internet ‘fast lanes’ — while pushing for the right to do just that...
In response to a consumer protest urging Congress to reinstate net neutrality rules, AT&T says it supports them too. But it still wants to prioritize some data.
On Wednesday, Ajit Pai, chairperson of the Federal Communications Commission, backed Elon Musk's "Starlink" project to launch 12,000 internet satellites.
A Hawaii Emergency Management Agency employee was fired after sending an emergency alert warning of a ballistic missile to the entire state.
Burger King pranked customers to explain net neutrality — here’s what the repeal could really mean for your internet bill
A repeal of net-neutrality rules means you could be charged extra money to access websites and apps like Netflix or Spotify.