Discrimination

All five FCC commissioners voted today to require closed captioning in all online video that was previously captioned on television.
Three Democratic U.S. representatives from California published an op-ed in the San Jose Mercury News, to take the tech industry to task for its continually low employment rates of women and ethnic minorities.
According to Speedify, Comcast?s use of individual and business routers to provide hotspots is costing subscribers money in increased power charges.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) applied for a court order to stop T-Mobile from billing subscribers hundreds of millions of dollars for unwanted spam text messages -- a practice known in the industry as ?cramming.?
This week, District 1 of the Communications Workers of America filed a petition to the New York State Public Service Commission requesting a formal investigation of the state of the telecommunications industry.
Comcast is blanketing the country with Wi-Fi transmitters situated within home routers, which creates hotspots free to any passing Comcast subscriber.
Verizon is about to miss its June, 2014 deadline for wiring all of New York City for FiOS, and it's refusing to furnish the city with maps that chart "the street-by-street progress of its fiber network."
In a new, comprehensive survey by the American Customer Satisfaction Index, Comcast and Time Warner were named as America's most hated companies.
Mississippi-based C Spire began installing fiber optic cable in a Jackson suburb, aiming to offer 1 Gbps service to subscribers in certain neighborhoods in nine cities throughout the state.
Google became one of the few Silicon Valley tech companies to release its internal diversity data -- and the results aren't looking very good.