antitrust

Senators Call for Probe of Private Censorship

After several telecommunications companies are revealed to be discriminating which content they'll transmit, two senators start the investigative ball rolling.

Lawsuits Target iPhone Bricking

Consumer backlash goes litigious as two class actions are filed against Apple for disabling unlocked iPhones.

A La Carte Cable

A plucky band of cable consumers tries to sue their way to not having to pay for stuff they don't want. How will this affect your cable bill? Stay tuned.

Premier Pretends to Patent Playlists

A company has filed suit against a number of media and hardware producers alleging that they infringed its patent in the idea of putting music in a playlist. Really!

DoJ Pooh-Poohs Net Neutrality Regulations

The DoJ Antitrust Division doesn't think net neutrality will help consumers, because we all know how competitive the telcom market is.