Since accepting the NRA’s “Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award” at CPAC yesterday, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has retweeted messages about Olympics curling from Mr. T and a cleverly-worded obituary of a Blues Brothers fan. But stillShow More Summary
An appearance by Chairman Ajit Pai and his GOP colleagues on the Federal Communications Commission at CPAC offered an unexpected brush with a national battle over gun control – and a new ethics complaint questioning its political independence under President Donald Trump.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai was set to give a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland Friday afternoon, but instead the organization surprised him with a "Courage Under Fire"Show More Summary
The NRA bestows its "Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award" on Ajit Pai for withstanding criticism over his push to end net neutrality regulations.
NRA is under attack, so it's fitting they've honored FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today. He's as hated by the far left as they are! The post Hated by the Right People: NRA Honors FCC Chairman Ajit Pai appeared first on RedState.
The Hill reports: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai received the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) “Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award” at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday. The NRA-sponsored...Show More Summary
The FCC today published its "Restoring Internet Freedom" rules governing net neutrality in the Federal Register. Per the filing, the agency will repeal the Obama-era net neutrality rules effective April 23. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai believes the open market, rather than actual rules, will prevent telecommunications companies from acting in bad faith. Show More Summary
At “the end of the year, in a previously undisclosed move, the top internal watchdog for the Federal Communications Commission opened an investigation into whether [FCC Chairman Ajit] Pai and his aides had improperly pushed for rule changes and whether...
The FCC's inspector general has been investigating whether Chairman Pai inappropriately pushed for rule changes that would favor Sinclair Broadcast Group before its merger with Tribune was announced.
In a shocking twist that absolutely no-one could have seen coming, former industry lobbyist, part-time man-child, and full-time FCC chairman Ajit Pai is reportedly under investigation by the FCC's internal watchdog. The investigation...Show More Summary
Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's tenure has been marked by a disregard for the rules under which his agency is legally bound to operate: his Net Neutrality killing order was made without satisfying the evidentiary burden required by law,...Show More Summary
An investigation could lead to questions that the F.C.C. chairman, Ajit Pai, has so far tried to avoid answering in public.
Elon Musk's SpaceX company has gotten approval from FCC Chairman Ajit Pai to deploy satellites to deliver broadband Internet across the U.S.
Elon Musk's company wants to send almost 11,000 satellites into low-earth orbit, and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is endorsing the project.
First it was Montana, then New York, then California -- and now New Jersey has become the latest state to enact state-level Net Neutrality rules in defiance of Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who not only killed Net Neutrality despite the...Show More Summary
In April, Ajit Pai, the newly appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), announced his first major initiative: taking internet regulation back to 2014. Two years earlier, the FCC had reclassified how the web is treated under the Telecommunications Act. Show More Summary
Once it went public, the proposal quickly met stiff resistance on many fronts. Ajit Pai, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said he opposed the "costly and counterproductive distraction" from the policies needed to put the U.S. Show More Summary
The Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of Net Neutrality has turned out to be a controversial and widely criticized legislative decision. The FCC and its chairman, Ajit Pai, have been facing continuous and largely bipartisanShow More Summary
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today said he disagrees with national security advisors' idea that the government should take control of 5G. "I oppose any proposal for the federal government to build and operate a nationwide 5G network," said Pai in a statement. Show More Summary
It turns out former Verizon lawyer turned FCC chairman Ajit Pai's loyalties reside not with the president, but -- surprise! -- with the telecom industry. Pai has come out against the proposed government-run 5G network that's been floating around lower levels of the Trump camp. In a statement this morning, Pai said: Source: FCC