A new report from the Office of the New York Attorney General found that the broadband industry funded a campaign that submitted 18 million fake comments supporting the 2017 repeal of Obama-era net neutrality rules.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai claimed the "Obama FCC" treated the internet like "a water company or Amtrak."
"We in California will continue to do what's right for our residents," said Democratic senator Scott Wiener.
"This was a customer support mistake," a Verizon spokesperson said.
Between May 8 and May 12 it received more than 2.1 million comments. The system came crashing down.
His statement came as senators mulled over a last-ditch effort to save the abolished regulations.
AT&T could avoid dealing with state-specific laws regarding net neutrality if Congress passes new legislation.
26 senators are already signed on to overturn FCC's net neutrality repeal.
Hamill made sure to remind Cruz that misspelling his name wasn't the politician's first Twitter faux pas.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is a Harvard grad and former Verizon lawyer who just helped repeal net neutrality rules.
Pai appeared in a video wielding a fidget spinner and performing the Harlem Shake just one day before the decisive net neutrality vote.
How women and minorities will be affected if net neutrality is eliminated.
The internet as we know it could end after the FCC repeals the regulations.
Perhaps you're wondering what net neutrality means, so we have prepared an explainer to understand how the FCC proposed changes may affect the way you use the interwebs.
Amazon needs tax breaks and incentives about as much as you need to steal a quarter from your grandmother.
The Silicon Valley giants control the majority of internet traffic.
Defenders claim a rollback would boost internet investment, while critics say it would erase the internet's level playing field.
South Korea has the fastest overall internet access.