What is net neutrality? How the FCC repeal vote will affect your wallet and internet experience

Net neutrality has been dealt a serious blow following a 3-2 FCC vote, led by chair Ajit Pai, to reduce regulation of internet service providers. Here's how that will affect you.

5 tricks to get paid money for selling your data — since it’s getting sold anyway

Shouldn't you be getting paid for your data if companies are already tracking it?
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If you use Verizon, change your pin. Right. Now.

Six million customers had their information vulnerable.
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Layoffs hit HuffPost newsroom, 39 staffers lose jobs

39 employees were affected, including a Pulitzer Prize winning military correspondent.
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Verizon rolls out 'introductory' unlimited data plan: Is it really unlimited and is it worth it?

Imagine diving into a sea of data on your fancy new iPhone 8 or Galaxy Note 8.
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Yahoo Hacked Again: Latest breach said to affect more than 1 billion accounts

What you need to know to secure your Yahoo account information.
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OnePlus 3T Reviews: 4 ways 3T is better than iPhones and other Androids

There are some compelling reasons to break up with your existing smartphone for the OnePlus 3T.
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Best Buy Black Friday Deals 2016: Roundup of video game, phone, laptop and TV discounts

Best Buy is ringing in Black Friday with a whole lotta deals.

Time is Money: 5 productivity hacks that will make you work faster, better and smarter

Change your surroundings — not yourself — and stop wasting time and money.

Yahoo Bought by Verizon: 3 Key Facts to Know About the $4.83 Billion Deal

First AOL, now Yahoo, Verizon has bought up all your dad's favorite sites.
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Verizon's Mobile Reality Show 'The Runner' Launches — And You're Part of the Game, Too

'The Runner,' a new reality series, will play out over the month of July.

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam's Criticism of Bernie Sanders Will Only Help the Senator

According to Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam, Sanders is "contemptible."

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Are Making a Reality Show About Hunting a Person Down IRL

You can sign up to be part of a manhunt on Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's upcoming reality show.

Verizon Funded a Study Saying Don't Worry, Spying on Customers Is Chill

Nothing to see here, folks.

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Woman Quoted by Trump Who Called Cruz a "Pussy": Trump Has "Balls the Size of Watermelons"

"Whereas the other ones got the balls of little grapes."
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Verizon "Zombie Cookie" and AOL Combine for Increased Tracking and Targeted Ads

Tailored ads for Verizon customers are coming.

A Shocking Number of People Are Still Paying for AOL Dial-up

But that's not why Verizon bought the company.

Powerful Ad Will Wake You Up to What Society Is Doing to Young Girls

Think about this next time you tell a young girl she's pretty.

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Netflix Is Now Being Threatened With a Lawsuit Because of This Image

This is what a "mob shakedown" looks like on the Internet.

Buried Under Hundreds of Cities Is High-Tech Infrastructure Big Telecom Refuses to Use

This is why your Internet is so terrible.

Net Neutrality, What Made the Internet Powerful, Dies at 25

It was a quiet death, before its time.
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Has Your Netflix Been Streaming Slower Lately? There's a Sinister Reason for That.

You, the consumer, are being sucked into a cable war.

A Federal Court Just Killed Net Neutrality. This is a Really Big Deal.

The decision could have wide-ranging implications for the Internet as we know it.

Debt Ceiling 2013: Why Net Neutrality is On the Chopping Block in the House

Just as congressional Republicans are planning to strip net neutrality in its fight over the debt ceiling, a new film examines how the policy affects us all, and why it's worth fighting for.
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Verizon Bond Sale Largest in History — Wait, What the Hell is a Bond?

The Verizon bond sale has huge and positive implications for our economy — but without understanding this specific deal, it’s hard to know why.
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Verizon Wireless Rightfully Says the FCC Can't Decide How Bandwidth is Paid

The net neutrality rule of the FCC is in court again. Should the courts hold it, then dire consequences in telecommunications are to happen in the future.