AT&T had to agree not to favor its own video services and to deliver fiber Internet to more people.
A phony news story caused a spike in Twitter stock. Does an expansion of Web domains mean more scams are coming?
The "Prized" app drained batteries and burned through mobile data, according to regulators.
The agency wants to help poor Americans get online, but Republicans warn of pouring money into the controversial "Obamaphone" program.
The wireless carrier, which is also fighting FTC charges, limits "unlimited" data.
The Commerce Department will forge ahead, but privacy advocates have lost faith in negotiations over software that can identify faces.
Was the breach of federal employee records all that different from U.S. surveillance programs?
The same measure passed the House last year, but went nowhere in the Senate.
Net-neutrality rules will take effect Friday, but the broader legal war will drag on.
The head of ICANN says his group needs more time to free itself from U.S. control.
China is believed to be behind the enormous intrusion, according to multiple reports.
The FBI has reportedly been using planes equipped with high-tech cameras and cell-phone tracking technology.
Hopes are dimming for the first major update of the Communications Act since 1996.
In an unusual move, Chairman Tom Wheeler overrode opposition from his fellow Democrats.
Republicans and telecom companies are at odds over the FCC's plan to expand the 'Obamaphone' program.
Celebrities and companies complain they're getting extorted to prevent embarrassing websites.
The commission hoped to win GOP support for its plan to overhaul the "Obamaphone" program. But it's not going well.
The commission plans to tighten its rules on telemarketing.
Charter wants to buy Time Warner Cable—will the Obama administration let it?