Broadband companies want the government to let them control the internet as we know it. And they've got help.
At stake is whether the Internet remains a democratic, user-powered network.
If we had actual competition for mobile phone services in America, AT&T's decision to charge you more for less would never fly.
The telecommunications giant twisted the truth when it said it wanted to set the record straight in the Record-Journal
Verizon is the poster child for corporate irresponsibility.
Verizon wants to ink cartel-like deals with a cabal of cable companies -- its former competitors -- to resell each other's products.
Today's corporate elites should stop pushing for austerity for the many and prosperity for the few and embrace Henry Ford's strategy of shared prosperity.