Regulation

US senate orders another piece of Pai

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has been given the green light for a second five year term at the US regulator, as the Senators voted 52-41 in favour of the Republican.

Uber gets booted out of London

Transport for London has decided not to renew the license of ride-hailing service Uber due to public safety concerns.

Most of us are worried about AI rules

With every technological breakthrough there needs to be updates to the rules, and the UK general public think the government needs to pull the finger out when it comes to AI.

Where is the line in the sand for zero rating?

It’s a trend which has been growing steadily in the UK, but the line has not been found yet; when are zero rating offerings going to irk the bureaucrats of the telco world?

Apple actually has something to say on net neutrality

Usually Apple is that moody kid in the corner. The one who ponders life, remains stoical and probably harbours ambitions of being a cult-leader when he grows up. Like Jeremy in that Pearl Jam song.

Google gives in to Gaggle over shopping shenanigans

Google has put forward details on how it will submit to the will of the European Commission (hereafter known as the Gaggle of Red-tapers) after it was hit with a €2.4 billion fine relating to Google Shopping search results.

TIM succumbs to Stockholm Syndrome

Telecom Italia has sent a document to the Italian government stating it does not believe Vivendi has been up to anything dodgy during its pursuit of influence at the telco.

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