In a 2-1 vote, the commission opened a period of public comment about the Obama-era protections.
Airbnb is working on a concept for a “beam modem” device that could someday help travelers without Internet access or cell service navigate the unconnected world, according to a new patent filed this week.
In a country where 80% of people speak French, English speakers feel like they're being punished for wanting equal status for their language.
In Cleveland, Ohio, AT&T offers more affluent communities higher-speed internet services, while high-poverty neighborhoods are relegated to older and slower services.
“We can’t say go to hell to Google or to technology. But we also cannot allow them to do everything they want to do.” BuzzFeed News' Sheera Frenkel reports from Jakarta.
The U.N.'s Human Rights Council passed a resolution condemning countries that limit access to the internet, over the opposition of China and Russia and with the support of Turkey.
Only two months after it launched, one of Facebook's flagship programs for free internet was abruptly canceled. Egyptian officials say was a licensing issue, but others say it was part of a widening crackdown by Egyptian authorities.
BANDWIDTH IS PRECIOUS, PEOPLE.
Several LGBT-focused sites have been banned from Pentagon's computers.