Regulator, the Federal Communications Commission, said it had received complaints about other Hilton properties, but its requests for information on the company’s wi-fi policies had been ignored for nearly a year. The FCC has warned the chain, which operates several brands, including Hilton, Conrad, DoubleTree, Embassy Suites and Waldorf Astoria, that it could face a “significantly higher fine for any continued obstruction or delay.” A Hilton spokesman said that at no time had the Hilton Anaheim (pictured) blocked Wi-Fi “to collect a fee.” However, he could not say whether it had blocked a guest’s Wi-Fi for other reasons, the Times reported. Get the full story at Travel Weekly