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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US phone carriers make empty, unenforceable promises to fight robocalls
August 23, 2019
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The FCC has no idea how many people don’t have broadband access
August 22, 2019
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Chrome, Firefox, and Safari updated to block Kazakhstan government spyingars_ab.settitle(1555809);
August 21, 2019
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CenturyLink’s 37-hour outage blocked 911 service for 17 million peoplears_ab.settitle(1554119);
August 19, 2019
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Apple sues company that sells “perfect replicas” of iOS without a license
August 16, 2019
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Disney fights streaming account sharing with help from cable industry
August 15, 2019
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AT&T/T-Mobile anti-robocall partnership doesn’t actually block robocallsars_ab.settitle(1551459);
August 14, 2019
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Verizon sues city to avoid paying 5G fees, says the FCC has its backars_ab.settitle(1551025);
August 13, 2019
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Verizon selling Tumblr to WordPress.com owner, but porn ban won’t go away
August 12, 2019
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Frontier network outages get worse in NY, triggering state investigation
August 12, 2019
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Ajit Pai loses another court case as judges overturn 5G deregulation
August 9, 2019
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Verizon demands $880 from rural library for just 0.44GB of roaming data
August 9, 2019
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Verizon: 5G speeds on low-spectrum bands will be more like “good 4G”
August 8, 2019
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ISP Frontier is failing so badly it won’t take questions from investorsars_ab.settitle(1547739);
August 7, 2019
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FCC finally gets around to denying net neutrality complaint against Verizon
August 7, 2019
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AT&T workers took $1 million in bribes to unlock 2 million phones, DOJ saysars_ab.settitle(1546983);
August 6, 2019
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Dumped by Cloudflare, 8chan gets back online—then gets kicked off again
August 5, 2019
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Comcast’s “unlimited” mobile plan now costs $20 extra for HD video
August 2, 2019
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Apple and Google temporarily stop listening to Siri and OK Google queriesars_ab.settitle(1545149);
August 2, 2019
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Pai’s FCC orders cities and towns to stop regulating cable broadbandars_ab.settitle(1544797);
August 1, 2019
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FCC finally orders ISPs to say exactly where they offer broadband
August 1, 2019
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ABC, CBS, Fox, NBC sue Locast to stop free online access to broadcast TVars_ab.settitle(1544045);
July 31, 2019
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AT&T kills DirecTV Now brand name as TV subscribers leave in drovesars_ab.settitle(1543501);
July 30, 2019
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It’s official: US government approves T-Mobile/Sprint merger
July 26, 2019
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AT&T loses nearly 1 million TV customers after raising DirecTV prices
July 25, 2019
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TV blackouts hit record high as customers get screwed by industry squabblesars_ab.settitle(1541159);
July 24, 2019
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Dropbox irks Mac users with annoying Dock icon, offers clueless support
July 23, 2019
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Verizon wants you to pay $650 plus $85 a month for a 5G hotspotars_ab.settitle(1539281);
July 19, 2019
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Chrome 76 prevents NYT and other news sites from detecting Incognito Mode
July 19, 2019
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As Russian “FaceApp” gobbles up user photos, Schumer asks FBI to investigatears_ab.settitle(1538729);
July 18, 2019
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OneWeb’s low-Earth satellites hit 400Mbps and 32ms latency in new test
July 17, 2019
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FCC gives ISPs another $563 million to build rural-broadband networks
July 16, 2019
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Ajit Pai has yet another plan to stop local broadband regulationars_ab.settitle(1536421);
July 15, 2019
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Facebook’s FTC fine will be $5 billion—or one month’s worth of revenue
July 12, 2019
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Charter gets final approval to stay in NY despite breaking merger promisears_ab.settitle(1535123);
July 12, 2019
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Google workers listen to your “OK Google” queries—one of them leaked recordings
July 11, 2019
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AT&T’s robocall-blocking expansion won’t block spam calls unless you pay extraars_ab.settitle(1534199);
July 10, 2019
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“This is crazy”: FCC kills part of San Francisco’s broadband-competition law
July 10, 2019
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AT&T takes some Time Warner shows off Netflix, makes them exclusive to HBO Max
July 9, 2019
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T-Mobile demands forced arbitration to avoid lawsuit over selling users’ dataars_ab.settitle(1533183);
July 9, 2019
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Amazon plans nationwide broadband—with both home and mobile service
July 8, 2019
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T-Mobile enemy Dish could help save the T-Mobile/Sprint merger
July 3, 2019
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Frontier customer bought his own router—but has to pay $10 rental fee anywayars_ab.settitle(1530799);
July 2, 2019
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Google Stadia exec isn’t worried about data caps—but he probably should be
July 1, 2019
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Apple moves Mac Pro production from Texas to China
June 28, 2019
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House votes to block Ajit Pai’s plan to kill San Francisco broadband lawars_ab.settitle(1528447);
June 27, 2019
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FCC lets Verizon lock cell phones to network for 60 days after activation
June 26, 2019
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FCC battles meteorologists again over plan to help wireless industry
June 26, 2019
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AT&T sued over hidden fee that raises mobile prices above advertised ratears_ab.settitle(1526707);
June 24, 2019
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Ex-chair of FCC broadband committee gets five years in prison for fraud
June 24, 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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