Open Internet

Public Knowledge?s petition will test Comcast?s tenuous argument and prompt a response from the FCC to clarify the net neutrality rules. That clarification is important as more ISPs introduce zero-rating plans to entice cord-cutters.
High-speed broadband isn?t being deployed in a ?reasonable and timely fashion,? according to Chairman Wheeler?s draft of the 2016 Broadband Progress Report.
This year was a big one for telecommunications news. Here?s our list of the top stories -- events that we believe will have lasting impact in promoting our goals of affordable, high-speed broadband for all Americans and good jobs for workers in the telecom industry.
Net neutrality advocate Marvin Ammori believes T-Mobile?s Binge On plan reduces the quality of users? service and therefore violates net neutrality.
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.
The FCC's Open Internet rules are the law, pending the Court decision.
Major telecom industry trade groups asked the DC U.S. Court of Appeals to overturn the FCC's newly published open Internet rules.
Trade group U.S. Telecom this week filed a federal court petition for a review of the new net neutrality rules.
Five years ago, Blair Levin oversaw the development of the National Broadband Plan; now, he's beginning a look back with Celebrating a Fifth O?Planniversary, on the Benton Foundation?s website.