"Civil society is much more fragile than I think Americans appreciate," says outgoing FCC Chair Ajit Pai
Pai says Congress needs to legislate rules so that agency regulations, like net neutrality, don't swing with the leader's political affiliation.
Ajit Pai's departure could lead to a Democratic majority on the commission and is expected to spark new policy fights.
The future of net neutrality may hinge on how internet service is defined.
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai talks about the FCC's controversial decision to repeal net neutrality rules.
Today is the day when so-called net neutrality rules no longer apply to the internet. Last year, the Federal Communications Commission repealed the rules that had prevented internet providers from playing favorites, by, for instance, offering faster service to customers who pay more for it. What comes next? Click the audio player above to hear […]
"In this weird, wireless internet ecosystem, 'unlimited' doesn't mean unlimited, 'free' doesn't mean free," one expert says.
Sen. Ed Markey says there is powerful momentum to restore the consumer protection.
In a 3-to-2 vote, the FCC ruled to roll back net neutrality policy established under the Obama administration.