The anti- Obamacare lawsuit the Supreme Court heard Wednesday is based on a false premise, so it's not surprising that the first point made by the plaintiff's lawyer, Michael A. Carvin, was false as well.
A federal judge has denied Pandora 's motion to dismiss the copyright-infringement claims brought by pre-1972 recording artists, finding that the online webcaster's free-speech rights don't bar artists from demanding royalties for the songs Pandora plays.
Many congressional Republicans were outraged when Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced a new net neutrality proposal this month that was considerably tougher on the cable and telephone companies that provide Internet access than the plan he'd unveiled in April. They were particularly upset that Wheeler's shift gave President Obama everything he asked for in November, when he called on the FCC to adopt “the stronges...
Ajit Pai, one of two oft-ignored Republicans on the five-member Federal Communications Commission , could be rolled again later this month if the FCC adopts a tough new set of rules to preserve net neutrality. So Pai, who opposes the whole idea of neutrality rules, has spent the last several days denouncing the plan as oppressive regulation that will strike broadband dead.
Responding to the pleas of millions of American Internet users, the Federal Communications Commission is poised to adopt tough net-neutrality rules that treat Internet service providers as utilities subject to Title II of the federal Communications Act.
BitTorrent Inc., the San Francisco-based developer of the world's most popular file-sharing software, sought to break new ground last year with an original video miniseries called "Children of the Machine." Now the company and the producer of the series, Rapid Eye Studios of Los Angeles, are trying something different and potentially more consequential.
The first big privacy scare coming out of the consumer electronics industry this year was the fear that "smart home" devices would make it easier for your data to be stolen and your behavior monitored.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler revealed the major elements of his latest net neutrality proposal Wednesday in an op-ed in Wired, prompting much wailing and gnashing of teeth by Internet service providers and their allies.