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What the FCC’s Net Neutrality Decision Means for Comcast (and You)

Comcast Center. andrewhuynh265 | iStock When the Republican-led Federal Communications Commission repealed Obama-era net neutrality regulations last week, all eyes turned to Comcast. The Philly-headquartered cable […]

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Today Is the Internet’s “Day of Action” on Net Neutrality

If you’re getting random net neutrality pop-up messages today on sites like Facebook, Amazon, and Google, that’s because these web giants are among thousands of […]

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Comcast Is Fighting an Embarrassing Net Neutrality War on Twitter

To much public dismay, the FCC voted last Thursday to begin dismantling Obama-era net-neutrality rules. Net neutrality keeps the internet free and open by requiring […]

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OPINION: The Real Reason Millennials Don’t Care About Internet Politics

When Congress passed a bill in March that condoned the sale of users’ browsing histories by their internet service providers, what struck me most about […]

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Q&A: How Comcast May Still Sell Your Online Data Even Though It’s Promised Not To

Last month, Congress voted to repeal landmark online privacy rules written by the Obama administration. The rules, which were scheduled to take effect this year, […]

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U.S. Senators Vote to Gut Internet Privacy Rules

The U.S. Senate sent Internet privacy down the drain on Thursday when it voted to repeal Obama-era rules aimed at protecting consumers’ online data. Without […]

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Comcast Increases Internet Speeds in Pennsylvania

Comcast will increase internet speeds at no additional cost for many customers in Pennsylvania, as well as in 13 other states in the Northeast Division, […]

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Comcast Fined $2.3 Million for “Unnecessary” Customer Charges

The Federal Communications Commission has fined Comcast $2.3 million, claiming the company charged customers for goods and services they had never ordered. It’s the largest […]

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Hate Your Cable Box? Comcast Says There’ll Soon Be an App for That

Last week, President Barack Obama came out in support of an FCC proposal to free cable subscribers from the dreaded cable boxes they have to lease from their cable providers. This […]

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Comcast Slams FCC’s Cable Box Ruling

  Comcast Vice President David L. Cohen is lashing out at the FCC after it voted to move forward with a proposal to allow customers to […]

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BizFeed: The Apple Watch is Underwhelming Customers

1. Many Don’t Recommend Apple Watch The News: The Apple Watch has a long way to go before becoming a mainstream success. In a new study by UserTesting, […]

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Analysis: What if Comcast Has Peaked?

Here’s an important question for Philadelphia’s future: Has Comcast peaked? Has its trajectory of ever-more success, ever-bigger profits, and ever-far-reaching power hit a plateau? Has […]

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Report: Comcast to Walk Away From Time Warner Cable Merger

[Update 4:20 p.m.] CNBC is now reporting that a source has told them that Comcast is planning to drop its plan to merge with Time Warner […]

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Report: FCC to Throw Big Wrench Into Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger

Federal Communications Commission staff members have recommended a procedural move that could seriously hurt the chances of Comcast’s $45.2 billion merger with Time Warner Cable, […]

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FCC Plans Net Neutrality Vote in February

Welcome to the new year, Comcast followers! It’s going to be a big one for the company. It will or won’t get its merger with […]