FTC Sues Frontier Over Misleading Internet Speed Claims

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has sued Frontier Communications, accusing the company of lying about its internet speeds.

Biden Administration Plans to Deliver Broadband to All Within Eight Years

The Biden administration has unveiled an ambitious plan to provide broadband access to all Americans, including those currently underserved.

Microsoft, Mozilla and Google Work to Address Web Browser Compatibility

Three of the biggest browser makers are working to improve compatibility and reduce cross-browser issues.

DOJ Halts Net Neutrality Lawsuit Against California

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has withdrawn a lawsuit challenging California’s net neutrality rules.

Senators Want to Reform Section 230 Protections

Senators have introduced a bill to limit the protection afforded to tech companies by Section 230 and reform the legislation.

SpaceX Now Has Over 10,000 Starlink Internet Customers

SpaceX has crossed a significant milestone, announcing it now has over 10,000 subscribers to its Starlink internet service.

Coronavirus Relief Package Includes $7 Billion For Broadband

The upcoming coronavirus relief package Congress has been working on includes $7 billion for broadband at a time when it’s needed most.

Google Announces New Undersea Cable Connecting US & Europe

Google has announced it is installing a new undersea cable that will link the US, UK and Spain.

Verizon Now Offering 5G Home Internet In Detroit

Verizon has expanded its 5G Home Internet service to Detroit, the sixth city in which it offers the service.

Starlink Internet Will Enter Beta In Three of Months

Good news for internet users: Starlink’s satellite internet will enter private beta in roughly three months.