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Verizon cable deal clamps the lid on broadband competition

Verizon's deal with cable providers undermines competition for broadband. Read More »

The NLRB Wades Into Online Workplace Chatter – Slowly

Employees are turning to the NLRB to referee online work chatter. Read More »

Broadband Speeds: The More You Pay Your ISP, The More Likely They Tell The Truth

The less you pay for Internet, the less likely you're getting the advertised speed. Read More »

Verizon Takes in $100 Billion, But Lets Us Pay Their Taxes

A new report shows Verizon makes huge profits but pays little in taxes. Read More »

AT&T/T-Mobile Merger Opponents Mislead With Job Loss Scare

The proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger will bring jobs and stability -- despite claims to the contrary. Read More »

Does The Internet Save You Money?

The Internet Innovation Alliance claims that high-speed access saves consumers more than $7000 a year. Read More »

Finland’s Move To Telecom Truth In Marketing

Finland's telecom regulator has demanded that companies publish accurate broadband and mobile speeds. Read More »

Mobile Carriers Voluntarily Promise To Insulate Consumers From Bill Shock

Under pressure from consumer groups and the FCC, telcos agree to alert mobile users who are reaching usage limits. Read More »

FCC Chairman Proposes Major Changes To Phone Subsidy Plan

As the FCC chairman unveiled major changes to the Universal Service Fund, CWA went on record urging reform that contains consumer and labor protections. Read More »

Democrats Continue To Pressure Administration On AT&T/T-Mobile Merger

U.S. Representative Heath Shuler and 14 House colleagues urged the Obama administration to approve the AT&T/T-Mobile merger. Read More »

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