Today a panel of judges ruled in favor of the FCC's Net Neutrality rules — agreeing with the overwhelming majority of internet users that this agency can and must protect everyone's rights to connect and communicate.
Around this time every year, the appropriations committees in the House and Senate get together to work out their budgets. And for the last few years special interests have used these bills to push their agendas and attach poison-pill riders.
If you’re a pay-TV subscriber you’re probably shelling out hundreds of dollars a year for that little box your cable company forces you to rent. This is just one of the many ways in which cable companies have a lock on what we see — and don’t see — on our TV screens.