The real Jon Brodkin

Senior IT Reporter for @ArsTechnica. Intergalactic ALF of mystery. "Probably Comcast's least favorite journalist" - The Daily Beast

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Facebook fights to “shield Zuckerberg” from punishment in US privacy probe
April, 19 2019
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T-Mobile/Sprint merger would be rejected by DOJ in current form, WSJ reportsars_ab.settitle(1492045);
April, 16 2019
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Google Fiber exits Louisville, pays city $3.8M to clean up the mess it left
April, 16 2019
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Twitter blocks EFF tweet that criticized bogus takedown of a previous tweet
April, 15 2019
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FCC “consumer advisory” panel includes ALEC, big foe of municipal broadband
April, 12 2019
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Ajit Pai proposes $20 billion for “up to” gigabit-speed rural broadband
April, 12 2019
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Spielberg proposal to ban streaming from Oscars may be illegal, DOJ warns
April, 3 2019
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UK ISPs now automatically refund customers £8 a day for Internet outagesars_ab.settitle(1485029);
April, 2 2019
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FTC confirms ISPs can block and throttle as long as they disclose itars_ab.settitle(1484289);
April, 1 2019
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Ajit Pai wants to cap spending on broadband for poor people and rural areas
March, 29 2019
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FCC “fined” robocallers $208 million since 2015 but collected only $6,790
March, 28 2019
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Office Depot rigged PC malware scans to sell unneeded $300 tech support
March, 28 2019
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FTC investigates whether ISPs sell your browsing history and location dataars_ab.settitle(1481979);
March, 27 2019
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Music labels sue Charter, complain that high Internet speeds fuel piracy
March, 25 2019
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FCC has to pay journalist $43,000 after hiding net neutrality recordsars_ab.settitle(1478621);
March, 22 2019
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AT&T’s “5G E” is actually slower than Verizon and T-Mobile 4G, study finds
March, 22 2019
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AT&T and Comcast claim “anti-robocalling milestone” with new Caller ID techars_ab.settitle(1477551);
March, 20 2019
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4chan, 8chan blocked by Australian and NZ ISPs for hosting shooting video
March, 20 2019
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Facebook: No one reported NZ shooting video during 17-minute livestream
March, 19 2019
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Myspace apparently lost 12 years’ worth of music, and almost no one noticed
March, 18 2019
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Despite carriers selling 911 location data, FCC ignores privacy in new rulesars_ab.settitle(1473865);
March, 14 2019
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Yes, 5G will cost you more—Verizon plans $10 add-on charge for 5G access
March, 13 2019
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John Oliver fights robocalls… by robocalling Ajit Pai and the FCC
March, 11 2019
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Cable and satellite TV sinks again as online streaming soarsars_ab.settitle(1470281);
March, 7 2019
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Democrats’ net neutrality bill would fully restore Obama-era FCC rules
March, 6 2019
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T-Mobile has spent $195,000 at Trump hotel while lobbying for Sprint merger
March, 5 2019
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Trump to staff on AT&T/Time Warner merger: “I want that deal blocked!”ars_ab.settitle(1468085);
March, 4 2019
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Comcast set mobile pins to “0000,” helping attackers steal phone numbers
March, 1 2019
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After delays, OneWeb launches its first six low-Earth broadband satellites
February, 28 2019
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FTC’s first case over fake paid Amazon reviews targets dodgy diet pills
February, 27 2019
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Windstream, ISP with 1 million customers, files for bankruptcy
February, 26 2019
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Verizon says phone-sale fraud is up, wants to lock new phones to fight it
February, 25 2019
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Frontier demands $4,300 cancellation fee despite horribly slow Internetars_ab.settitle(1462815);
February, 22 2019
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Facebook VPN that snoops on users is pulled from Android store
February, 22 2019
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Trump demands quick rollout of “6G” wireless tech, which doesn’t exist
February, 21 2019
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YouTube loses advertisers over “wormhole into pedophilia ring”
February, 21 2019
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Ajit Pai says broadband access is soaring—and that he’s the one to thank
February, 20 2019
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Hollywood tries to cripple several alleged pirate TV services in one lawsuit
February, 19 2019
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Facebook is a law-breaking “digital gangster,” UK government report says
February, 18 2019
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Facebook may face multi-billion dollar fine for Cambridge Analytica scandal
February, 15 2019
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Ajit Pai orders phone companies to adopt new anti-robocall tech in 2019ars_ab.settitle(1456763);
February, 14 2019
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Selling 911 location data is illegal—US carriers reportedly did it anyway
February, 13 2019
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Texas lawmaker wants to ban mobile throttling in disaster areas
February, 11 2019
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SpaceX seeks FCC OK for 1 million satellite broadband Earth stations
February, 11 2019
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AT&T sued by Sprint, must defend decision to tell users that 4G is “5G E”
February, 8 2019
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Google Fiber’s biggest failure: ISP will turn service off in Louisville
February, 8 2019
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Cable lobby asks for net neutrality law allowing paid prioritization
February, 7 2019
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Charter raises sneaky “broadcast TV” fee for second time in four monthsars_ab.settitle(1452103);
February, 6 2019
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House Democrats tell Ajit Pai: Stop screwing over the public
February, 5 2019
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AT&T’s misleading “5G E” indicator comes to 4G iPhones in iOS 12.2 beta
February, 5 2019
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The real Jon Brodkin is a writer who has produced content for arstechnica.com and arstechnica.co.uk
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Net Neutrality, Neutrality Rules, Google Fiber, Ajit Pai, Communications Commission, Federal Communications, Internet Service, Location Data, Told Ars, Chairman Ajit
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