FCC Net neutrality timeline: Read all the new rules in full detail

Over the past few weeks (or years), you’ve probably heard a lot about Net neutrality. If you want to know what it's all about, we’ve constructed a timeline to show the relevant events that led us to this point.

FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler talks Net neutrality decision and spectrum auctions

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler addressed the Net neutrality decision, spectrum auctions, and more at Mobile World Congress 2015. Although his keynote provided few answers, it held some good info.

Trends with Benefits: Why the FCC got it right, and a smartband that’s so wrong

The FCC's historic vote on Net neutrality, the Apple Watch, mind-controlled drones, and more in this week's episode.

Here’s what everyone is saying about the FCC’s historic Net neutrality ruling (in GIF form)

The FCC issued its landmark ruling to reclassify broadband as a utility under Title II of the Communications Act, among other things. As you can imagine, quite a few companies had things to say, so we compiled their reactions with GIF…

Is net neutrality government meddling or freedom? I’m with the porn stars.

The FCC is reclassifying the Internet as a telecommunication service. This is a massive change, but you may not understand it at all so we're going back to basics to explain what this is all about.

Marriott finally realizes blocking guest Wi-Fi hotspots is a bad idea

Definitely a positive outcome for Internet-addicted Marriott guests, the hotel chain has decided to halt all attempts at Wi-Fi hotspot blocking and will allows guests to connect to the Web using personal devices.

FCC will vote on Net neutrality in February

A huge number of people — including hundreds of thousands of ordinary citizens — have weighed in on the Net neutrality issue and it looks like we may get some kind of resolution next month.

FCC spites AT&T and Verizon, adopts T-Mobile’s plan to decrease roaming charges

The FCC has backed T-Mobile's proposal for improved guidelines on the price of international data roaming. The decision provoked the ire of AT&T and Verizon, both of which reportedly charge high rates to small carriers.

Sprint is next on FCC’s chopping block for cramming charges, as AT&T settles for $105M

According to a report, the FCC will leverage a $105 million fine against Sprint for surreptitiously charging customers for third-party services. AT&T recently paid a similar fine to settle charges with the agency.

Stop the thieving! FCC says 1 million smartphones stolen each year

Significantly more then 1 million smartphones are stolen each year in the U.S., according to a new report from the FCC. The group stated that kill switches and other security features help deter theft, but more could still be done to reduce…

T-Mobile forced to tell users how much they’re being throttled

T-Mobile must now inform customers when their data speed is being throttled and send links to accurate speed tests. The FCC ordered the Uncarrier to act, after reports of misleading speed tests emerged.

FCC slaps carriers with $10 million fee for customer privacy violations

The FCC slapped phone carriers TerraCom and YourTel with a combined $10 million in fines for a breach in consumer privacy. Customers' information was in a format that was easily accessible, with the carriers not alerting them to a security…