College student Lydia Statz was one of more than 23 million Netflix users who received a jolt when the DVD rental and online streaming company announced major price increases last week.
Wading into another fierce ideological battle, Virginia Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II has announced plans to sue regarding new federal regulation of the Internet and has urged other states to jump on board his fight against "net neutrality."
Move over, Web surfing. Netflix movies now take up more of the Internet pipes going into North American homes.
Four years after inspectors found that the cash-strapped U.S. Postal Service could save tens of millions of dollars by charging Netflix for hand-sorting its DVD mailers, postal executives have refused to make the change. Now, regulators are calling the Postal Service's treatment of Netflix discriminatory.
Peter Griffin and his long-put-upon, but funny, "Family Guy" family are heading to the pages of their own comic book series, Associated Press reports.
Republican lawmakers, calling the FCC's new Internet regulations an "overreach" and a "solution in search of a problem" voted Wednesday to move forward with an attempt to overturn the new neutrality rules backed by the White House.
A NASCENT MARKET: New Internet video services from companies such as Netflix and Apple are offering a low-cost alternative to a costly monthly cable bill. Protecting this emerging market was a top priority for government officials reviewing Comcast Corp.'s takeover of NBC Universal.
New Internet video services from companies such as Netflix and Apple are offering a glimpse of a home entertainment future that doesn't include a pricey monthly cable bill.
Netflix is preparing for the day when getting DVDs by mail is as old-fashioned as going to the video store.