German officials are planning to clip the wings of tech giants such as Google through heavier regulation. The country's Federal Cartel Office would be given powers to curtail Google's influence, were it decided that it had got too big for its boots.
Your initial instinct may be to gloss over the battle of Net Neutrality. However, proposed rules could directly impact the distribution of content, as well as the effectiveness of online advertising by businesses and brands unable to "pay to play."
Don't you miss the good old days when huge companies like Google and Facebook didn't force worse user experiences on us? A severe lack of competition is allowing these companies to undermine the Web's fundamental principles.
This morning, the Federal Communications Commission voted to consider Chariman Julius Genachowski’s proposed net neutrality rules. This means the two rules will ... read more
AT&T has written a letter to the FCC saying that Google Voice restricts high-priced calls, such as those to rural areas. In ... read more
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Google has stepped up its lobbying efforts in the last two years, moving from a single lobbyist in Washington to a staff ... read more