FCC Chairman Ajit Pai laid out his proposal to overturn current net neutrality rules, aiming to reclassify broadband as a Title I information service.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is expected to move forward with an effort this week to revamp the current net neutrality rules.

The FCC has put forth proposals to reforms to the pole attachment process and copper retirement.

The FCC voted along party lines to pass a report and order that it says recognizes robust competition in the business data services (BDS) market.

Google Fiber plans to implement a new strategy to lay fiber in San Antonio that it hopes won’t upset local residents and will save costs.

FairPoint has completed broadband expansion projects in 25 Vermont towns, thanks in part to funding from the FCC’s CAF-II rural broadband expansion program.

CenturyLink says it does not always compete head to head with Level 3—which it is in the process of acquiring—for business services.

The Internet Association told FCC Chairman Ajit Pai that keeping FCC’s Title II-based net neutrality rules in place will not hinder network investments.