The group, made up of companies and advocates, believes the offerings could violate net neutrality...
The FCC's new database includes details on more than 489,000 consumer complaints.
The search giant will not allow ads for short-term loans on its platform.
The probe is looking at the conduct of smartphone makers and wireless carriers.
The investigation is related to a vote to provide internet subsidies to poor Americans.
Uber was sued after sending customers text messages about a ballot initiative.
The disclosure was inadvertently made in a redacted ruling.
Comcast affiliate NBCUniversal proposed to acquire DreamWorks Animation.
The photo service is accusing the search giant of promoting piracy.
The issue of spectrum regulation receives surprisingly little mainstream attention.
The dustup involves the distribution of a political film in 2012.
Members of the Congressional Black Caucus have expressed concern about the FCC proposal.
Many people have not heard about the regulatory debate over ride-hailing companies.
The Federal Communications Commission approved its privacy proposal in March.
“Make dating great again,” reads the slogan from Maple Match.
The rules would limit calls to three per month.
Netflix came under fire in March for limiting download speeds on mobile.
The billboards use location and shopping data from phones to target customers.
The proposal would require wireless carriers to recognize real-time text.
The judge did not determine the estimated damages.
The Charter Communications-Time Warner Cable deal comes with conditions.
There were 7,904 complaints to the FCC in the second part of 2015, according to the WSJ.
The leaks surround a FCC vote last month on Internet subsidies.
Democrats say the bill strikes at the FCC's net neutrality rules.