Allegations in complaints befit a conspiracy novel – one that Apple argues is completely fictional.
Party-line vote moves forward bill that would change FCC processes.
The FDA’s proposal to modernize generic drug approvals meets with broad support.
AT&T calls report “obviously one-sided” and questions whether its authors were “predisposed.”
New “open Internet” regulations survive congressional challenge.
Internet executives and antitrust experts discuss the need to regulate Google.
European privacy protection raises questions about optimal level of regulation.
The FCC considers whether the cable provider is favoring its own news channels.
Sen. Kohl argues that consumers would lose a low-priced option while Sen. Lee claims the merger would generate efficiencies.
Workshop participants considered mandating disclosure and restricting license terms.
Judge finds that settlement would unduly increase Google’s market power.
Report finds consumer harm in rise of pay-for-delay agreements.