The two groups say the deal is "not in the public interest" and warned it would give Comcast too much power over cable and broadband
"Because the power to control the pipeline actually trumps the power to create, it brings with it the power to undermine the revolutionary power of...
"Our country cannot afford 'pay-for-play' schemes that divide our Internet into tiers based on who has the deepest pockets" says congressional co-sponsor Doris Matsui
"Regulators should block this merger," group representing Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Yahoo and others says
"We're witnessing a major transformation of the telecom industry -- and it's going in exactly the wrong direction"
Sen. Al Franken slammed the FCC's proposal as "woefully misguided" and warned that unless the FCC made further changes the Web could be in danger
Franken calls into question the "interconnection agreement" Netflix recently made with the cable company
"It's almost like a nationwide octopus with tentacles each able to squeeze off innovation," warns Gene Kimmelman, President of consumer group Public Knowledge
DirecTV, Dish Network catch shrapnel at new hearing that calls their services into question
"To the extent that Comcast has a history of breaching its legal obligations to consumers, such history should be taken into account"
"This merger is not going to fly through ... no matter how it goes"
The bill would allow the FCC to keep rules in place while it figures out how to meet court-imposed guidelines
"The Internet Must Go" attracts viewers by sending up internet service providers' lobbying
Guest blog: Winfrey's recent legal troubles, stemming from her media empire's use of the phrase "Own Your Power," illuminate the tensions between fair use and trademark...
A satirist admires a satirists admiring a satirist -- as something serious is explained
Pioneering "Saturday Night Live" writer Tom Davis won multiple Emmys for his work
Minnesota Democrat says anticompetitive behavior could raise cable and internet rates
Minnesota Democrat says a marriage of the companies will stifle innovation and kill jobs
Senator puts companies on the line at a first-ever congressional hearing on mobile technology and privacy
Invites represenatives from Apple and Google in the wake of a report that the software into mobile devices can track user movement
Senator urges AG to investigate whether the cable company violated anti-trust law in announcing its new management
Franken calls on federal government to halt -- or severely limit -- Comcast-NBCU deal
State supreme court rules that Franken can finally take his seat; opponent Norm Coleman concedes.
Celebrities are pouring into Washington at a record rate, arriving to goody bags in high-end hotels (The Ritz in Georgetown is offering a red-white-and-blue package...