‘Somebody had to see that before they shipped it out’: Spectrum customer receives router with a live roach colony inside
'I'd have a credit until 2026.'
On May 2, 2023 by Jack Alban
Kiwi Farms gets back online thanks to the same service that’s kept 8kun alive
VanwaTech's customers have been criticized for hosting hate speech, conspiracy theories, and child porn.
On Sep 6, 2022 by Claire Goforth
‘I really think they punk’d me’: Xfinity offers customer upgrade, sends them the same exact modem
'That's what I get for wanting faster internet I guess.'
On May 11, 2022 by Jack Alban
ISPs handed another defeat in their case against California’s ‘gold standard’ net neutrality law
A California net neutrality law will stand, a US Court of Appeals ruled on Wednesday.
On Apr 20, 2022 by Jacob Seitz
FCC agrees to crack down on ‘sweetheart deals’ that restrict broadband choice in apartments, condos
FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel hyped up the proposal last week.
On Feb 16, 2022 by Andrew Wyrich
FCC begins process to add ‘nutrition’ labels to broadband offerings
'We want to make it easier for consumers to compare their options and understand just what they're signing up for.'
On Jan 27, 2022 by Andrew Wyrich
FTC report reveals ‘staggering’ amount of data big telecom is collecting on you
Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, Charter, T-Mobile, and Google Fiber were part of the report.
On Oct 21, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Comcast, AT&T spent tens of millions to stop a bill reinstating net neutrality
A new study shows just how much ISPs pushed back against the Save the Internet Act.
On Jul 20, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
FCC and ISPs’ ‘match’ process messed up a massive broadband credit for low-income citizens—leaving thousands furious
Nearly every major provider—and dozens of smaller ones—had complaints filed against them to the FCC.
On Jul 15, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
FTC sues Frontier for misrepresenting internet speeds
The acting FTC chairwoman said the suit showed how the FCC needs authority over broadband.
On May 19, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Study shows two-thirds of Americans don’t trust their internet service providers
The survey was framed by Mozilla as an example of why net neutrality should be restored.
On May 7, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Vermont, ISPs agree to halt net neutrality lawsuit again
The lawsuit will be on hold as California continues to defend its net neutrality law.
On May 4, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich
Corporations do not have a First Amendent right to your data, judge says
The case will continue, but a Maine judge poked holes in the arguments against it.
On Jul 8, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich
The FCC’s coronavirus pledge just ended, but the pandemic hasn’t. What happens next?
Congress seems to be taking notice of the digital divide in light of the pandemic.
On Jul 3, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich