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Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

With people going online more in the pandemic, internet traffic has exploded. That’s taking a toll on our download speeds and video quality.
Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

With people going online more in the pandemic, internet traffic has exploded. That’s taking a toll on our download speeds and video quality.
Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

With people going online more in the pandemic, internet traffic has exploded. That’s taking a toll on our download speeds and video quality.
Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

With people going online more in the pandemic, internet traffic has exploded. That’s taking a toll on our download speeds and video quality.
Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

Surging Traffic Is Slowing Down Our Internet

With people going online more in the pandemic, internet traffic has exploded. That’s taking a toll on our download speeds and video quality.
Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

The pledge some companies took, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and waive late fees, the F.C.C. said.
Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

The pledge some companies took, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and waive late fees, the F.C.C. said.
Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

The pledge some companies took, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and waive late fees, the F.C.C. said.
Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

The pledge some companies took, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and waive late fees, the F.C.C. said.
Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

Internet Providers Won’t Cut Off Users Over Unpaid Bills for 60 Days

The pledge some companies took, in the face of the coronavirus pandemic, also calls for them to open public Wi-Fi hot spots and waive late fees, the F.C.C. said.
Comcast to Give Families Free Internet During Coronavirus Pandemic

Comcast to Give Families Free Internet During Coronavirus Pandemic

Comcast is offering to help low-income families stay connected via the Internet amid the Chinese coronavirus pandemic.

US wireless carriers pledge to suspend cancellations amid outbreak

One day after Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel called on the FCC to take aggressive action in response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the federal agency has announced the Keep Americans
FCC Looks to Require Providers Adopt Anti-Robocall Tech—Finally

FCC Looks to Require Providers Adopt Anti-Robocall Tech—Finally

It seems the Federal Communications Commission is sick of asking nicely for telephone companies to implement anti-robocalling technology. In a Friday press release, the agency announced it plans to
Cellphone Carriers Face $200 Million Fine for Not Protecting Location Data

Cellphone Carriers Face $200 Million Fine for Not Protecting Location Data

The proposed penalties are among the largest the F.C.C. has sought in years, and come after the data was misused by rogue law enforcement officers and others.
Cellphone Carriers Face $200 Million Fine for Not Protecting Location Data

Cellphone Carriers Face $200 Million Fine for Not Protecting Location Data

The proposed penalties are among the largest the F.C.C. has sought in years, and come after the data was misused by rogue law enforcement officers and others.
F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response.
F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response.
Cellphone Carriers May Face $200 Million in Fines for Selling Location Data

Cellphone Carriers May Face $200 Million in Fines for Selling Location Data

The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response.
F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

F.C.C. to Fine Cellphone Carriers for Selling Customers’ Locations

The F.C.C is set to propose some of its largest penalties in decades. But critics see it as a delayed and tepid response.
FCC to Propose Fines of AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon for Selling Location Data

FCC to Propose Fines of AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon for Selling Location Data

Motherboard previously found the telecom companies sold phone location data to bounty hunters and other third-parties.