FCC Votes To Make National Suicide Prevention Lifeline As Simple As Calling 911According to the CDC, suicide is among the top ten leading causes of death in the United States, affecting every demographic and socioeconomic group. Now the Federal Communications Commission has voted to make dialing a life-saving hotline as simple as calling 911.
Repeal Of Net Neutrality Protections Officially Takes EffectIt wasn’t long ago that most people had probably never heard of net neutrality.
Tech Companies Join Forces To Stand Strong For Open InternetThe country's largest tech companies are taking part in a day of action to preserve the open internet, protesting the FCC's plan to roll back Obama-era rules that govern internet access.
'Cards Against Humanity' Creator To Buy Congress' Browser History & Publish ItThe creator of the crudely popular "Cards Against Humanity" game has pledged to purchase and publish the browser history of all members of Congress after they voted to allow internet service providers to do the same to the public.
Future Of Internet Privacy In Trump's HandsThe future of online privacy is in the hands of President Trump.
Another MTV VMAs, Another Controversial Miley CyrusJustin Bieber cried, Taylor Swift won most of the awards and Kanye West ranted onstage, but Miley Cyrus still owned the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards.
Verizon, Sprint Settle Over Phony Charges Verizon Wireless and Sprint customers who had unauthorized charges on their bills from premium text messages may be eligible for a refund.
FCC Unanimously Votes To Get Rid Of NFL Blackout Rule NFL fans who live in cities that have had home games blacked out due to insufficient ticket sales are celebrating today.
FCC Proposes Ending Some Sports Blackouts For TVThe Federal Communications Commission has proposed ending federally enforced TV sports blackout rules, according to Bloomberg News. It’s a decision that could fundamentally alter how sports are distributed on TV.
FEMA Launches Mobile Phone Hurricane AlertsWith the 2012 hurricane season beginning in two day, and the tropics already heating up, emergency officials say it’s now easier than ever to keep up with storm alerts and evacuation shelters by accessing them from your cell phone.