Mediacom petitioned the FCC to stop a Google-West Des Moines deal, but Google said it's not exclusive.
Company says that the next generation of its products depend on 5G progress.
There is concern that an FTC focused on 'big is bad' will stunt economic growth in the future.
Nearly 60 public interest groups signed a letter to House leaders to call a vote on six antitrust bills.
Dish wants low-cost prepaid business Gen Mobile, Members of Congress want investigation into Facebook-Google, STL appoints Paul Atkinson.
Republicans threaten companies that comply with Democrats records request, Pew highlights the good in infrastructure bill, Connected Britain in person.
T-Mobile sued over breach, Google hopes judge reconsiders data reveal, UTOPIA Fiber expands into Syracuse City.
At Aspen forum, a red-hot focus on Big Tech, antitrust and consumer welfare.
American Enterprise Institute fellow says app bill could harm, Arizona looking at broadband speeds, Verizon 5G expansion.
Senators don't want apps beholden to Google and Apple, Verizon commits to interest group wants, states want robocall deadline sooner.
Companies also want to discuss cybersecurity, net neutrality, taxes and privacy.
Bipartisan senators package infrastructure deal, the White House employs influencers to fight vaccine disinformation, YouTube CEO wants platform independence.
In the fourth in a series of explainers, Broadband Breakfast examines the Biden administration's intent to bash Big Tech.
FCC investigating radio interference on island, Euro court to decide on Google in November, FSF says passive infrastructure access needed.
New campaign to make internet prices transparent, Google fined $593 million in France, global survey talks WFH lessons.
The speech Democrats view as dangerous and offensive is the same speech that Republicans feel is being silenced.
Google faces another antitrust lawsuit, ILSR calls for state lead on broadband, LA Times suggests focus on network future.
Trump files class-action against major tech firms, New York gets $21M for rural internet, default apps get most use.
Judge rules against Florida social media law, Ohio GOP cuts muni broadband ban, Democrats want increased child privacy protections.
Musk looks at mobile backhaul for Starlink, two education entities merge, governors look back at telehealth success.
Democrats have decided they're against Big Tech. A smarter GOP would sense the opening and take it.
An inside look at the package of antitrust bills marked up this week by the House Judiciary Committee.
Antitrust and technology experts say that Congress's new antitrust package is legally flawed and politically motivated.
Legal and policy experts are split over how effective Klobuchar's proposed antitrust legislation could be.
Congress introduces 5 antitrust bills, a federal judges blocks New York's $15 internet, and Trump secretly subpoenaed Apple in 2018.
Tech orgs sue Florida for social media bill, Verizon wants focus on affordability, Facebook allows man-made virus posts.
China's digital savvy and its influence over developing countries is concerning some experts.
Brendan Carr said Big Tech can make critical decisions on who sees what on the internet.
Brendan Carr said big tech companies have benefitted from the internet -- so they should contribute.
Biden willing to go $65B on broadband, Republican infrastructure plan, gigabit opportunity zone bill, David Ige's telecom past.
In the lawsuit over the massively popular game Fortnite, it’s easy for people to take sides based on our attachment to it.
Co-author of "The Amazon Jungle" says Section 230 has allowed Big Tech to get away with far too much.
RDOF reverse auction criticized again, Google ups revenues during Covid, California survey on broadband access for K-12 students.
Senate Commerce Committee considers nominations for Lina Khan, Bill Nelson and Leslie Kiernan.
Sen. Klobuchar, Rep. Cicilline and experts discuss antitrust, big tech and local journalism.
AP releases infrastructure report cards, Washington passes bill removing muni networks limits, AEI says fair use case win for programmers.
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