Google’s Stadia service comes with bandwidth consumption requirements that could put a serious strain on 1TB data caps across the country. 4K isn’t going to be accessible to a lot of folks — not without overage fees.
Ookla has published a new 5G map for the entire planet, allowing you to see which areas have coverage and which do not. Right now, in the US at least, almost everyone is in the “do not” column.
This would be a substantial change from how wireless performance is typically billed.
AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint are selling your location data, with precious little concern for who eventually buys it.
New York State and Charter Communication have announced a settlement to their fraud case that will see the ISP pay $174M for various fraudulent, misleading, and consumer-hostile actions it took against its users.
The FCC recently made it $2B cheaper for companies like Verizon to roll out 5G service, claiming the decision would boost investment. Verizon’s response? “Nah.”
Charter has announced that it will bring gigabit service to millions more homes this year, including four million over the summer.
The next generation of digital broadcast standards will introduce new user-hostile, anti-privacy tracking methods, including the ability to know exactly what you watch and when you watch it.
Charter has appealed a court decision ruling that it could face lawsuits over its deceptive marketing and fraudulent business practices.
The FCC will vote to eradicate net neutrality and its attendant consumer protections in December, despite widespread consumer opposition.