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The FCC is happy to talk about all things digital. Net neutrality? Don’t ask.

Over the course of two full days of appearances in San Francisco this week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai and three of his fellow commissioners covered a lot of ground, including 5G network deployment, small cell...Show More Summary

The Prime Time Internet

When television emerged as a fledgling medium in the middle years of the last century, it already had, in the form of the Federal Communications Commission, the Communications Act of 1934, and various other laws and precedents, a framework for regulating its content. The formal restrictions on the broadcasting of obscene, indecent, profane, prurient, and […]

U.S. Wireless Industry Is Finally Competitive, FCC Says

For the first time since 2009, the Federal Communications Commission has concluded there is “effective competition” in the U.S. wireless market.

FCC releases 13,000 pages of net neutrality complaints too late for the deadline for public comment

Campaign Action The Federal Communications Commission under Donald Trump and Chairman Ajit Pai is determined to end net neutrality, and will stop at pretty much nothing to make that happen. That includes essentially burying the evidence...Show More Summary

Idaho pays feds $3.5 million to settle FCC broadband claims

Idaho has repaid the Federal Communications Commission $3.5 million to cover federal funds that went to the botched statewide school broadband contract. State leaders made the payment Tuesday as part … Click to Continue »

Here is the most dangerous company most Americans have never heard of

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Gather around, everyone, and let me tell you a story about rules. And greed and hypocrisy. Once upon a time in America, there was something called the Fairness Doctrine. Approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 1949, this rule insisted that because the airwaves belong to all of...

Apple finally chimes in on net neutrality debate

Apple Inc. has spoken out at last on the ongoing issue of net neutrality, asking the government to keep the current regulations in place. In the four-page filing to the Federal Communications Commission, Apple laid out its thoughts on how the FCC should retain “strong and enforceable” open Internet protections. Show More Summary

Bots flood government agency seeking comment from human beings

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday swam in a sea of nearly 22 million comments after a deadline passed for the public to offer opinions on an issue that could … Click to Continue »

Apple breaks its silence on net neutrality, saying: Don't repeal the rules

Apple Inc. has broken its silence on net neutrality with a filing at the Federal Communications Commission, urging regulators to avoid repealing large swaths of the regulations that are aimed at constraining Internet service providers. The filing calls for "retain[ing] strong, enforceable open...

Why it matters that Apple is speaking up on net neutrality

3 weeks agoTechnology : Post Tech

Apple has broken its silence on net neutrality with a filing at the Federal Communications Commission, urging regulators to avoid repealing large swaths of the regulations that are aimed at constraining Internet providers. The filing...Show More Summary

Apple calls for FCC to keep 'strong, enforceable' net neutrality protections

Apple has written to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission in support for the concept of net neutrality, with its four-page commentary arguing for the government agency to "retain strong, enforceable open internet protections" instead of rolling back the rules forbidding "fast lane" internet connections.

US regulators warn Alaska church using illegal broadcast

The Federal Communications Commission has warned an Anchorage church that it can no longer broadcast on a radio station without a license. KTUU-TV reports ( ) the Commission warned Anchorage … Click to Continue ...

Hello from the Other Side, I Must Have Called 21 Million Times… : To Tackle Robocalls From Illegally Spoofed Numbers, FCC Proposes Whopping $82M Fine

Earlier this month, in its war against illegal robocalling campaigns the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) proposed another hefty fine. That is, a fine of 82 million dollars. Yikes! The target of the FCC’s wrath? Mr. Philip Roesel, who wasn’t just calling a la Adele style. Instead, Mr. Roesel is accused of both illegal robocalling in...… Continue Reading

Sonos crafting smartspeaker with support for 'multiple' voice assistants

Sonos is developing a new Wi-Fi-enabled speaker with built-in voice control, which should moreover support "multiple voice platforms," according to a newly-published filing with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission.

Net Neutrality Proven Titanically Stupid – By Net Neutrality’s Proponents

Network Neutrality has for more than a decade been all the rage on the Left. Emphasis – as is alway the case with the Left – on rage. Especially so now, as the Donald Trump Administration’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) isShow More Summary

Carriers offer free service in Hurricane Harvey area as they battle to keep networks up

3 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon are all offering free service in areas hit by Hurricane Harvey as they describe the efforts they are making to keep networks up and running. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) says that across the...Show More Summary

“Watchdogs File FCC Complaints Regarding Lack of Disclosure in Most Expensive House Race in History”

Release: Today, Issue One and Campaign Legal Center (CLC) filed six complaints with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) against two Atlanta-based television stations in the aftermath of the special election in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, which was the most expensive U.S. … Continue reading ?

Case of Sinclair Broadcasting: The Free Market and Having the Government Give Money to Rich People Are Not the Same Thing

The NYT had a piece discussing Sinclair Broadcasting's plans for expansion and the apparent green light coming from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As the piece explains, the FCC is now headed by Ajit V. Pai. Mr. Pai apparently met with David D. Show More Summary

A new FCC filing seemingly reveals new information on the next Google Pixel phone, including the manufacturer (GOOG)

A new Federal Communications Commission (FCC) filing has seemingly confirmed that HTC is once again Google's chosen manufacturer that will build the next Pixel phone, Android Police first spotted. The documentation reveals that thisShow More Summary

Pixel 2 passes through the FCC, HTC confirmed as manufacturer

The smaller 2017 Pixel has made its way to the FCC, confirming some of the rumors surrounding the device. Phones that are being sold in the U.S. need to be certified by the Federal Communication Commission in order to ensure they meet the necessary legal requirements such as being able to accept interference from other devices. Show More Summary

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