Caroline Craig

East Coast Site Editor

Caroline Craig is East Coast site editor for InfoWorld.

AT&T and Verizon squeeze 'unlimited' data users

AT&T and Verizon squeeze 'unlimited' data users

AT&T and Verizon would like nothing better than to push legacy unlimited data customers onto more expensive capped plans

Trump’s FCC is set to gut net neutrality, privacy

Trump’s FCC is set to gut net neutrality, privacy

Major changes are coming to telecom, in the form of more mergers, less competition, and other regulatory shifts

Band of Big Brothers: Meet Trump’s spy team

Band of Big Brothers: Meet Trump’s spy team

The president-elect is assembling a team for key security positions that has alarmed privacy and civil liberties advocates

Say good-bye to net neutrality

Say good-bye to net neutrality

The Open Internet now rests in the hands of a GOP that has been openly hostile to net neutrality rules

The best brains: AI systems that predicted Trump's win

The best brains: AI systems that predicted Trump's win

Overall, big data failed, but two disparate analysts correctly predicted the upset victory

Google Fiber claims a small victory amid a larger defeat

Google Fiber claims a small victory amid a larger defeat

FCC refutes AT&T’s argument that pro-Google Fiber rules are invalid, but does little to shake the incumbent’s hold on the broadband market

What's really at stake if AT&T buys Time Warner

What's really at stake if AT&T buys Time Warner

Combining the telecom giant and content titan is a lose-lose for consumers and the economy alike

Virtual lineup: Your face is already on file

Virtual lineup: Your face is already on file

A new report pulls back the curtain and reveals the ‘Wild West’ of unrestricted facial recognition monitoring by American law enforcement

You call that a fine? No wonder Comcast abuses you

You call that a fine? No wonder Comcast abuses you

This week, the company received ‘the biggest cable fine ever’ for overcharging customers, but that’s not saying much

Yahoo's email snooping: It's all legal

Yahoo's email snooping: It's all legal

Yahoo is only the latest tech company to be caught up in a system of secret surveillance and government gag orders

Revenge of the broadband bullies

Revenge of the broadband bullies

Pushback against municipal broadband and stalling tactics in granting access to utility poles keep incumbent ISPs safely entrenched

The real threat to our elections: Disinformation and doubt

The real threat to our elections: Disinformation and doubt

Hackers are working to sabotage the upcoming election, but not through the expected avenues

4 reasons broadband data caps must die

4 reasons broadband data caps must die

Recent reports about wildly inaccurate usage meter readings bolster the case against cap overage fees

5 more ways your ISP is screwing you

5 more ways your ISP is screwing you

Not a cord cutter yet? Then you can probably relate to at least a few of these rip-offs

Pay more, get less: T-Mobile, Sprint undercut net neutrality

Pay more, get less: T-Mobile, Sprint undercut net neutrality

Customers are up in arms, and the FCC must finally draw the lines with open internet regulations

FCC won't back down on broadband users' privacy

FCC won't back down on broadband users' privacy

Broadband providers argue they have consumers' interests at heart as they continue their fight against regulation as common carriers

Clinton tech agenda takes the Silicon Valley line

Clinton tech agenda takes the Silicon Valley line

The Democratic nominee’s tech policy vision is exhaustive and detailed, aimed at spurring innovation

Trump: At odds with both tech industry and GOP platform

Trump: At odds with both tech industry and GOP platform

Technology provisions in the GOP platform extend an olive branch to an industry stung by Trump's antagonism

Anti-terror efforts clash with internet as a 'human right'

Anti-terror efforts clash with internet as a 'human right'

Recent activities to censor or switch off internet access demonstrate that issues surrounding free speech are never clear-cut

It's time to lock the door on backdoors

It's time to lock the door on backdoors

Law enforcement and intelligence officials continue to lie about the evils of encryption, putting us all at more risk

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