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  • Keep the net open and unregulated

    Keep the net open and unregulated
    On March 26, 1979, AT&T security personnel in the company of Maryland State troopers raided A.A. Answering Telephone Service in Bel Air. It was my business and my home. Police confiscated electronic equipment I had been using to provide flat rate long distance service to 150 local customers since 1976.
  • Rekha Basu: Public assets shouldn't be sold to highest bidders

    If one thing defines the Internet, it's that everyone has equal access to post on it. But depending on what the Federal Communications Commission does next, we could see what a former FCC chairman calls "the corporate abrogation of free speech." The...

    State Collecting Complaints About Frontier, AT&T Transition

    State Collecting Complaints About Frontier, AT&T Transition
    State consumer officials are collecting written complaints from Frontier Communications customers upset about service interruptions following the transition of U-verse, landline and broadband Internet services from AT&T. Frontier took over the $1.25...

    AT&T puts fiber optic investment on hold over Net neutrality

    AT&T puts fiber optic investment on hold over Net neutrality
    AT&T will halt investments in its network of high-speed fiber optic Internet connections until federal regulators decide how to regulate Internet service providers. "We can't go out and invest that kind of money deploying fiber to 100 cities not knowing...

    Verizon, AT&T tracking users on Internet

    Verizon, AT&T tracking users on Internet
    Verizon and AT&T have been quietly tracking the Internet activity of more than 100 million cellular customers with what critics have dubbed "supercookies" — markers so powerful that it's difficult for even savvy users to escape them. The...