Google Fiber's rule in its terms of service that prohibits customers from attaching servers to its networks has drawn the ire of consumer group Free Press which says the Internet giant needs to live up to its promise that it is not like traditional cable and telco broadband providers.
More comments are flowing in on the telco giant's petition to the FCC to hold TDM-to-IP migration trials, with some commenters suggesting AT&T is simply trying to avoid regulatory requirements that come with its legacy infrastructure.
Public interest groups Free Press, Public Knowledge and the New America Foundation's Open Technology Institute said they will file a formal complaint against AT&T Mobility for violating the FCC's net neutrality rules. The groups argue that AT&T's decision to offer Apple's FaceTime video calling feature over cellular at no extra charge only to its Mobile Share data plan customers contravenes the FCC's Open Internet rules.
The Federal Communications Commission's new net neutrality rules, which are scheduled to go into effect in late November, are officially under fire from multiple directions. Verizon (NYSE: VZ) is
Free Press, an Internet public interest group, has filed a lawsuit challenging the FCC's net neutrality rules that will go into effect on Nov. 23. Wood Filed in the First Circuit Court of
Internet advocacy group Free Press has filed a lawsuit challenging the FCC's new net neutrality rules, which are scheduled to go into effect Nov. 23. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Boston, is
A coalition of public interest groups opposed to AT&T's (NYSE:T) proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA asked the FCC to hold a series of hearings across the country to "hear from the
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski's proposed net neutrality rules ignited a firestorm of criticism from proponents of net neutrality as well as from Republicans in Congress and Genachowski's fellow
Anti-government beliefs have led tea party members and other conservative activists to side with telecom providers opposing the FCC's net neutrality policy even though, to some, this means they're
First it was financial regulation, then it was healthcare and now the government, in the form of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), is looking at how it might get its regulatory mitts on