Discrimination

The FCC defended its net neutrality rules against telecommunications, cable, and wireless trade groups on December 5. The central issue of the case is whether the FCC has the authority to classify the Internet as a Title II telecommunications service.

Not only did the story report the company?s broken promises, it questioned whether Verizon has chosen to bypass less affluent neighborhoods.

This week, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler used his blog to call attention to the vast world of video relay sign language interpreters.
The NLRB rejected a motion by CNN, thereby affirming its 2014 decision compensate more than 300 NABET-CWA-represented employees who lost jobs and wages in a phony reorganization.
Judge orders policies rescinded; T-Mobile US must advise employees that the company has violated federal labor law.
?As broadband rapidly replaces voice service as the basic communications tool for our era, the FCC should rapidly update Lifeline to match the times," wrote the LCCHR.
Silicon Valley Rising is a new California coalition of labor and community groups that aims to ?raise wages, create affordable housing and build a tech economy that works for everyone.?
As Andrew Schwartzman, long-time public interest media advocate, points out in his daily blog post, Google?s Kansas City project only benefited some.
After many months of heated, contentious debate, the FCC adopted new Open Internet rules on a 3-2 vote, but the debate over net neutrality is not over.
Two Benton Foundation authors combined 2014 Pew Internet survey data on age, income and education to closely examine Internet use among seniors.